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Fine & Decorative Arts

47 Glenferrie Road, Malvern Vic 3144
ABN No. 97 663 528 760
email: philips@philipsauctions.com.au
www.philipsauctions.com.au

Sunday 22 October 2017
Commencing at 12:00 pm

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Item Category Lot Numbers
 Items of Interest 1-32
 Clocks & Bronzes 33-58
 Oriental 59-142
 Silver 143-193
 Glass 194-204
 Porcelain - The Collection of the late Murray Piper 205-330
 Porcelain 331-347
 Paintings 348-405
 Carpets 406-415
 Mirrors & Lights 416-440
 Furniture 441-503

001
FIVE CAST BRONZE DESK ACCESSORIES BY MAX LE VERRIER (1891-1973)
1930s - 1960s
Relief cast with a verdigris finish, comprising a pen tray with Assyrian battle scenes, a paper clip and letter rack both with Louis XIV motifs, a dish depicting Charles V, and a 1918-1968 fifty year commemorative dish depicting a sculptor, after Giotto, all with incised signatures and various marks verso
Height: 14cm Width: 29.5cm Depth: 6.5cm (letter rack)

 200-400

002
FOUR VICTORIAN SILHOUETTES AND AN ENGRAVING OF YOUNG VICTORIA
19th century
An opposite boy and girl pair, with delicate gold highlights, a printed silhouette of a girl carrying a cat, a female profile bust in an oval frame; an engraved half portrait of Victoria in a bonnet
Height: 16.5cm Width: 11.5cm and smaller

 100-200

003
A VINTAGE ORIENTAL CARVED IVORY ELEPHANT
Mid 20th century
Naturalistically carved with ruby style eyes and gilded nails and tusks
Height: 8.5cm Width: 13cm

 500-1000

004
A RUSSIAN GEM-SET FOURTEEN CARAT GOLD CIGARETTE CASE
Circa: 1909-17, 585 gold standard, Cyrillic mark for Yakov-Mikhailovich Rozen
An elegant case with rounded long edges, the hinged cover with a cabochon sapphire set thumbpiece, decorated throughout with trios of ribs interspersed with flat bands, hallmarked twice to the interior
Gold weight: 198gr (7oz)
Width: 9.5cm Depth: 7cm

 8000-12000

005
AN AFRICAN SHONA SERPENTINE STONE HIPPOPOTAMUS
A recumbent hippopotamus in rich modulating greenstone hues, signed E. Arufaneti verso
Height: 10cm Length: 15.5cm Width: 10cm

 100-200

006
TWO PIECES OF EARLY VICTORIAN SCRIMSHAW
Circa: 1840s
Whale teeth each lightly incised with a full length image of a lady in period dress
Height: 14.5cm

 1000-2000

007
A PAIR OF VINTAGE SPELTER CANDLESTICKS
20th century
The candlesticks, one with the stem in the form of a maiden in 18th century attire, the other featuring her male musician companion, both raised on tripod bases with splayed scroll feet and Neoclassical details
Height: 29cm

 50-100

008
A RUSSIAN LACQUER JEWELLERY BOX
Modern era
The casket with a flat topped domed lid, painted to five panels illustrating scenes from Pushkin's 'Tale of the Golden Cockerel'
Height: 11.5cm Width: 14cm Depth: 10cm

 30-50

009
A GREEK MADONNA AND CHILD ICON
A modern icon, prepared and painted in the traditional manner with gesso and gold upon a prepared timber panel, signed Polydoropoulos to image lower left
Height: 25cm Width: 21cm

 100-150

010
A VINTAGE IVORY SPHINX
Circa: 1940s
The simply carved sphinx in two parts, mounted on a black timber plinth
Height: 8cm Width: 14cm Depth: 4.5cm

 50-100

011
TWO PORTRAIT MINIATURES, EDWARDIAN AND AFTER
Early 20th century
In opaque water colours on ivory, an oval portrait of a gentleman, a gift to his wife with engraved annotations verso, in a gold plated brass frame; and a square portrait of a Dutch girl, in a rose gold plated frame
Height: 8cm Width: 6cm and smaller

 50-100

012
A VINTAGE MICRO MOSAIC PICTURE OF ST PETER'S BASILICA, THE VATICAN
Early 20th century
The oval image set in black slate, produced at the Studio del Musaico at The Vatican, with label verso
Height: 11cm Width: 15cm

 50-100

013
A CAMPAIGN STYLE WALNUT WRITING SLOPE
19th century
A brass trimmed slope with shield cartouche and matching escutcheon opening to a tooled black leather slope and fitted compartments for pens and inks
Height: 13cm Width: 40cm Depth: 23cm

 150-300

014
AN ANTIQUE IVORY OKIMONO OF JOUSTING ELEPHANTS
Meiji period, 1868-1912
Finely carved, with one elephant trumpeting whiles it attacker charges at his throat, supported on a later faux timber base
Height: 13cm Length: 19cm Width: 6cm

 300-500

015
A GROUP OF SIX VINTAGE ENAMELLED CAR CLUB BADGES
Including: an MG badge and badges of: The Vintage Sports Car Club of Victoria, Snowy Mountains Area, Herald Touring Club Victoria, North Shore Sporting Car Club, and; Victorian Amateur Drivers Club
Length: 12.5cm Width: 11cm (MG badge)

 200-400

016
AN ANTIQUE PORTRAIT MINIATURE OF MARY QUEEN OF SCOTS
19th century
In opaque water colours on ivory and depicting the queen in ermine trimmed black robes
Height: 9.5cm Width: 7cm (miniature only)

 200-400

017
A PORTRAIT MINIATURE OF A MAN
Early 20th century
Portrait in oil of a man in early 19th century dress
Height: 9cm Width: 7.5cm (miniature only)

 150-300

018
A WILLIAM IV MAHOGANY TEA CHEST
Circa: 1830
Of sarcophagus shape with a fitted interior comprising two lidded caddies and an aperture for the original glass, now absent, with a mother-of-pearl button decoration to the lid and a matching escutcheon, raised on squashed bun feet, together with a Royal Crown Derby 'Posies' dish and a plate caddy spoon
Height: 17cm Width: 27.5cm Depth: 15cm

 150-250

019
A REGENCY ROSEWOOD TEA CHEST
Circa: 1815
Of sarcophagus shape with boxwood edging, a bone escutcheon, twin lion and ring brass handles and raised on elaborate cast shell feet, the fitted interior with hinged caddies and a glass mixing bowl, with a silver plated caddy spoon
Height: 21cm Width: 36.5cm Depth: 20.5cm

 150-250

020
A LATE VICTORIAN LACQUERED BUTLER'S TRAY
Later 19th century
The ox blood decorated tray of rectangular form, delicately painted with floral sprays, arabesques and floral pendants to the flat border and spilling onto the tray
Length: 60.5cm Width: 76.5cm

 50-80

021
A NOVELTY VINTAGE ITALIAN ALUMINIUM 'OWL' ICE BUCKET
Mid 20th century
The barrel shaped grey owl with pressed metal wings and head 'feathers' in mottled silver and black colours, having a gold anodised beak and large recessed gold eyes, with a hinged top and plastic liner
Height: 29cm

 200-250

022
A GEORGE III SHERATON MAHOGANY AND OAK CUTLERY BOX
Later 18th century
The hinged box with a sloping lid inlaid with a boxwood shell motif, the lid and serpentine facade in mahogany veneer, the body in cedar, opening to a partly fitted interior
Height: 38.5cm Width: 23.5cm Depth: 27.5cm

 200-400

023
A FRENCH IRON AND GILT BRONZE DOG FIREPLACE FENDER
19th century
A moulded iron work fender with an ormolu bar flanked by low waisted plinths with pierced ornaments supporting recumbent greyhounds with gilt tooled collars; can be extended
Height: 16.5cm Width: 81cm Depth: 6.5cm

 200-300

024
A GEORGIAN MAHOGANY TEA CHEST
Early 19th century
The rectangular chest with boxwood edging having a simple mother-of-pearl lozenge escutcheon, the interior with two lidded tea caddies with remnant zinc lining and centred with a cut glass mixing bowl
Height: 15cm Width: 29cm Depth: 14.5cm

 150-250

025
PLAN OF THE STRATHLACHLAN ESTATE ON THE BARRABOOL HILLS IN THE PARISHES OF BARRABOOL AND DUNEED, COUNTY OF GRANT
1885
Issued by Dennys, Lascelles, Austin & Co, Geelong under instructions from the executors of the late Charles MacLachlan, and offered on Wednesday 21st October, 1885, printed by Henry Franks, Geelong
Height: 68cm Width: 43cm

 50-100

026
AN ANTIQUE 'STIASSNIE OF PARIS' MICROSCOPE
Circa: 1900
The monocular microscope, marked Z 36, with a brass turret and nosepiece with four lenses, a circular stage and supported on a horseshoe base, etched maker's mark to turret
Height: 33cm

 400-600

027
AN ANTIQUE COPPER SHIP LANTERN BY SEAHORSE
Early 20th century, number 34508
A cylindrical lantern with a hinged copper lid and copper base, with protective brass bars, carry handle, and clear 360 degree fresnel glass, with manufacturer's 'Seahorse' and 'Anchor' brass badges
Height: 34cm Diameter: 26cm

 100-150

028
CLODION, CLAUDE MICHAEL (1738-1814), AFTER
Circa: 1880
A terracotta figure of, 'Faun with Bacchante', with incised mark of Clodion verso
Height: 44cm

 200-300

029
NINE VINTAGE BRITISH ROYAL FAMILY COMMEMORATIVE WARES
1911-1937, various makers: Graystone, New Hall, Paragon, Royal Doulton et al
Comprising: a pair of George V and Queen Mary parian busts, a 1911 Coronation jug, an Oxford University Press 1911 Coronation Prayer Book, a pair of 1936 silver jubilee vases, a silver jubilee mug and beaker, and a plate issued, pre-abdication, to commemorate the 1937 coronation of Edward VIII
Height: 15.5cm (King George Bust) Diameter: 18cm (plate)

 50-100

030
AN EDWARDIAN MAHOGANY TRAY
Early 20th century
An elegant oval tray with a low gallery and twin shaped brass bracket handles, inlaid with an oval bat's wing medallion
Length: 62cm Width: 37.5cm

 80-150

031
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF LINEN
Including cloths, table napkins, pulled and crocheted work, in various shapes and sizes

 50-100

032
A GOOD QUALITY THREE QUARTER SIZE DOUBLE BASS & ACCESSORIES
'Rufus', a single owner student instrument in near new condition, with associated bow, stand, soft shell carry case, and an electronic 'pick up' device for amplification (device retailed through skiv@redshift.com); professionally set up by Atelier Puglisi, Melbourne; retailed with accessories for $5500
Length: 170cm

 800-1200

033
A BOULLE MANTLE CLOCK AND STAND
19th century, with maker's mark for Vincenti & Cie
The waisted clock with a pagoda top and urn finial, having an enamel dial with Roman numerals and Arabic minute marks beneath a domed glass, with cast and pierced floral ornaments and a mascaron crest to the boulle facade, raised on foliate cabriole feet; with a shaped boulle stand; with key and pendulum
Height: 40cm Width: 22.5cm Depth: 13.5cm

 900-1200

034
AN ART DECO SPELTER FIGURAL GROUP OF A WOMAN WITH HER BORZOI
Circa: 1920s-30s
The cold painted figure of a seated woman in bronze colours wearing a short grey green tunic, her recumbent dog beside her; raised on an elliptical black marble base
Height: 25cm Width: 57cm Depth: 18cm

 400-800

035
A LOUIS XVI STYLE ORMOLU MANTLE CLOCK
19th century, with maker's mark for Japy Frères
Richly cast and chased with Art Nouveau influences, having an enamel dial with Roman numerals set within a demi-lune base adorned with ferns, flora and sinuous trailing vines, surmounted by a reclining female figure upon a grassy base holding a posy and a wreath; with key and pendulum
Height: 34cm Width: 42cm Depth: 11cm

 600-800

036
AN ART DECO SPELTER FIGURAL CLOCK GARNITURE
Circa: 1920s-30s, stamp of JS France to mechanism
In dual orange red and cream marble, the stepped arching clock with two reclining female figures draped over the arch and holding doves, the white dial with Arabic numerals and accompanied by a pair of cast and red marble tazza; key and pendulum
Height: 25.5cm Width: 30cm Depth: 11cm

 300-500

037
A CAST BRONZE ANIMAL GROUP OF A BOAR AND A DOG
A naturalistically modelled group of a fighting boar and dog, on a fitted oval green and black marble base
Height: 9.5cm Width: 13cm Depth: 8.5cm

 200-400

038
'CARMELA', A BRONZE BUST AFTER EMMANUEL VILLANIS (1858-1914)
20th century, after the late 19th century original
The cast bronze bust of a female figure with long hair in the Art Nouveau manner, in patinated bronze and titled in relief to the integral plinth, incised signature of artist and raised on a green stone base
Height: 26.5cm

 80-150

039
A LOUIS XV STYLE ORMOLU MANTLE CLOCK
19th century, with maker's mark for A.D Mougin
The waisted clock lavishly cast and chased with rocaille forms, having an enamel dial with blue Roman numerals and minute markings; with key and pendulum
Height: 41.5cm Width: 28cm Depth: 11.5cm

 1000-1500

040
A LOUIS XVI STYLE ORMOLU BRONZE FIGURAL CLOCK
Mid 19th century
The figure of a writer upon a rocky support with a pierced bocage and enclosing the enamel dial with Roman numerals, a white marble plinth below encased in a pierced Neoclassical base with acanthus scroll feet, central crest and dog's head mask, with key and pendulum
Height: 44.5cm Width: 34cm Depth: 14cm

 500-800

041
A LARGE LOUIS XV STYLE CAST BRONZE MANTEL CLOCK
Circa: 1900, with stamp of A.D Mougin to mechanism
The ornate clock with an urn finial and pagoda top above a profusely pierced and decorated case enclosing a fine dial with an enamel chapter ring with Roman numerals centred with a cast roundel set within a fine bezel, upon an extended ornate base; with key and pendulum
Height: 55cm Width: 28cm Depth: 11cm

 600-1000

042
A FRENCH SPELTER FIGURE OF A MINER BY J. RUDENS
Circa: 1920s
In a fine verdigris bronzed finish, the taut figure of a sharply angled kneeling man holding a long miner's pike, upon an elliptical black marble base, with incised mark of J. Rudens
Height: 33cm Width: 53cm Depth: 18cm

 400-600

043
A BRONZE LION BY THOMAS CARTIER (1879-1943)
In a green patinated finish, the naturalistic model of a roaring male lion upon a craggy base, with incised mark of Cartier to base
Height: 36cm Width: 50cm Depth: 18cm

 1800-2800

044
A FRENCH BRASS CARRIAGE CLOCK
20th century, marked Made in France to the movement
The clock with a corniche style case with a visible platform escapement having an enamel dial with Roman numerals and minute markings
Height: 11cm Width: 8cm Depth: 6.5cm

 100-200

045
AN ENGLISH CHINOISERIE BRACKET CLOCK WITH A FRENCH MOVEMENT
Later 19th century, marked Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Co Ltd, Regent St
With a pagoda top and brass carry handle, having an enamel dial with Arabic hour marks, decorated with oriental figural and garden pavilion scenes in gold and red colours upon an ebonised ground, raised on petite ogee bracket feet
Height: 19cm Width: 14.5cm Depth: 8cm

 200-400

046
AN ART DECO SPELTER FIGURAL GROUP, MOTHER AND CHILD
Circa: 1920s-30s
The cold painted group of a seated mother in a black and gold draped tunic clasping a dove to her chest, a small standing child beside her in a chevron patterned dress, raised on a shaped rectangular portoro marble and onyx base
Height: 25cm Width: 42cm Depth: 13.5cm

 200-300

047
AN E.N. WELCH 'GERSTER' ROSEWOOD MANTLE CLOCK
Later 19th century, American, with key and pendulum
The eight day architectural style clock having a dial with Roman numerals set within a glazed case with an ornamental brass and glass pendulum, the case with a gallery of turned spindles and finials, three quarter turned pillars to the case and raised on a stepped base; with maker's label verso
Height: 45cm Width: 31cm Depth: 16cm

 100-200

048
A SMALL CHINOISERIE TABLE CLOCK
Early 20th century, maker's mark of Callow of Mayfair, London, with key
The square bodied clock with a pagoda top and bracket feet, decorated in a turquoise green lacquer ornamented with gilded oriental garden motifs and Buddhist symbols, the dial with Roman numerals beneath a convex glass
Height: 22cm Width: 14.5cm Depth: 9cm

 200-400

049
A FINE JAEGER-LeCOULTRE 'ATMOS' FOUR GLASS BRASS CLOCK
Circa: 1990s, Swiss made, marked 400096
A mechanical torsion pendulum clock with chapter ring and visible escapement deriving energy from atmospheric and temperature changes thereby removing requirement for manual winding; marked to top, dial and underside
Height: 23.5cm Width: 21cm Depth: 16.5cm

 500-1000

050
AN AMERICAN ANSONIA FOUR GLASS BRASS MANTLE CLOCK
Early 20th century
The carriage style eight day clock having a Roman numeral chapter ring dial, subsidiary dial and visible escapement, with a mercury regulator pendulum; with key
Height: 25cm Width: 16cm Depth: 13.5cm

 300-400

051
A MAHOGANY EMPIRE STYLE PORTICO CLOCK
19th century, with maker's mark for Japy Frères
With an architectural pediment and an applied gilt bronze pierced ornament, similar to the base, four columns with engine turned and tooled capitals and bases, a Roman numeral enamel chapter ring dial enclosed by a stiff leaf bezel, with a mask pendulum and key
Height: 46cm Width: 24cm Depth: 14cm

 300-600

052
A WALNUT AND ORMOLU PORTICO CLOCK
19th century, with maker's mark for Japy Frères
Of typical form with an inlaid pediment, four columns with stiff leaf and engine turned capitals and bases supporting an enamel dial with Roman numerals within an ornamented bezel, a fine lyre and medallion cast pendulum raised on an extended inlaid base; with key
Height: 50cm Width: 26.5cm Depth: 14.5cm

 450-650

053
A LOUIS XVI STYLE SPELTER FIGURAL CLOCK
19th century, with maker's mark to dial of Au Carillon & R. Villers, Chauny
The enamel dial with Arabic numerals raised upon a grotto and flanked by a pair of male and female running figures attired in antique dress and holding a festoon, upon a red marble base; with key and sunburst mask pendulum
Height: 49.5cm Width: 44cm Depth: 18cm

 300-500

054
A FRENCH ORMOLU AND SPELTER FIGURAL CLOCK
19th century
A medieval inspired clock having an enamel dial with Roman numerals and Arabic minute markings set within a raised drum above a Romanesque style arch and pillars framing a grotto, a pair of medieval attired female figures to the sides, one holding a dove, raised on a fretwork base set with Sèvres style porcelain plaques
Height: 55.5cm Width: 50cm Depth: 17cm

 2000-3000

055
A FRENCH EGYPTIAN REVIVAL MARBLE CLOCK GARNITURE
Circa: 1920s, with maker's trademark for Georges Verger et Fils
A gold marble clock with gong strike and mercury pendulum displayed in a glazed compartment, the dial with enamel chapter ring and Roman numerals within an engine turned bezel, surmounted by a sphinx and flanked by angled supports, the obelisk style tazze conforming; key and pendulum
Height: 43cm Width: 33cm Depth: 14cm (clock) Height: 24cm (urn)

 1000-2000

056
A LARGE ART NOUVEAU/NEOCLASSICAL FIGURAL CLOCK GARNITURE
Circa: 1900, with stamp of Samuel Marti to mechanism
The clock with a reclining classical maiden on a bow front veined marble vase, the drum on a shaped plinth behind with an enamel dial, shield crest and trailing flowers, the side pedestal vases upon conforming marble bases with applied cupids, masks and flora; with key and pendulum
Height: 49cm Width: 55cm Depth: 27cm

 1000-2000

057
AN ART DECO SPELTER FIGURAL CLOCK GARNITURE
Circa: 1920s-30s
In red and cream two toned marble with a plinth containing a rectangular dial with Arabic numerals flanked by an exotic dancer posing on one leg, accompanied by a pair of stepped similarly toned vases; with key and pendulum
Height: 31cm Width: 45.5cm Depth: 11cm

 500-800

058
A VIENNA REGULATOR CLOCK
Last quarter, 19th century
The 'Alt Deutsch' style regulator with a finely shaped pediment with eagle crest and finials, the case with turned and fluted half pillars to a pagoda drop, having a Roman numeral chapter ring, minute markings and a subsidiary dial and steel hands, with twin weights, the pendulum on a timber rod
Length: 125cm Width: 46cm Depth: 19cm

 200-400

059
A JAPANESE LACQUER WARE TEA CHEST
Meiji period, later 19th century
The rectangular hinged box with a decorative circular escutcheon sparingly decorated with fruits and birds, the lid with two diagonal panels in black and red, the interior with twin similarly decorated lift out lids, with remnant zinc lining to the compartments
Height: 13cm Width: 19.5cm Depth: 11.5cm

 100-150

060
THREE ANTIQUE CHINESE EARTHENWARE GINGER JARS
Of globular form, one with remnant white body glaze, another with a thick green glaze falling shy of the base, and the third with an allover beige glaze and a single underglaze pale blue ring
Height: 9.5cm and smaller

 50-100

061
A GROUP OF FOUR SMALL ANTIQUE CHINESE BLUE AND WHITE WARES: A TEA CADDY, SMALL MEIPING VASE, INK WASH AND A JARLET
Qing Dynasty, Kangxi period, 17th century and after, provenance: ex Prof. C.P. Fitzgerald Collection, sinologist
A faceted tea caddy with floral decoration; a meiping vase decorated throughout with little boys, Kangxi mark underside; a globular brush wash with a freely painted scene and; a small jar with script
Height: 10.5cm and smaller

 100-200

062
AN ANTIQUE CHINESE BLUE AND WHITE PORCELAIN OPIUM BURNER
Qing Dynasty, probably 19th century,
The metal mounted cylindrical burner with a stepped shield and long pipe, decorated with an underglazed figure in a landscape scene upon a crackle ground; bearing Yongzheng reign marks with small variations underside
Height: 52.5cm

 220-400

063
AN ANTIQUE LONGQUAN WINE POURER IN THE MING MANNER
Of ovoid form with a loop handle and broad long neck well potted and decorated with an incised scroll and fringed border to the collar, the body with carp motifs and lappets
Height: 18.5cm

 1000-1200

064
AN ANTIQUE SOUTH EAST ASIAN KHMER POTTERY FIGURE OF INDRA
The Hindu deity seated in lalitasana with his right hand across his knee, wearing a dhoti, jewelled armbands and beading, the dress incised with floral motifs, the figure with downcast eyes and a contemplative demeanour, the hair dressed in a chignon and with a crown, raised on a circular waisted base
Height: 20.5cm

 320-500

065
AN ANTIQUE BLUE AND WHITE VASE IN THE KANGXI MANNER
Late Qing Dynasty, later 19th to early 20th century
A small baluster vase with applied chilongs and shi shi handles, decorated to the body with seven animals in a landscape setting, a dragon and two small animals to the neck, with apocryphal four character kaishu marks underside
Height: 20.5cm

 400-650

066
AN ANTIQUE BLUE AND WHITE VASE IN THE KANGXI MANNER
Late Qing Dynasty, later 19th to early 20th century
A small baluster vase with applied chilongs and shi shi handles, profusely decorated with tendrils and flowers, and two reserves each with three figures engaged in a narrative, with apocryphal four character kaishu marks underside
Height: 20.5cm

 400-650

067
A CANTONESE FAMILLE ROSE EXPORTWARE TEAPOT
Late Qing Dynasty, late 19th to early 20th century
A high shouldered teapot decorated throughout with flora, fruits, birds and butterflies, the small lid with a fruit knop and entwined twig form handle
Height: 12cm

 100-200

068
A PAIR OF FRENCH ORMOLU MOUNTED CANTONESE VASE CANDLESTICKS
19th century
A pair of Qing dynasty porcelain bottle vases with underglaze blue decoration clobbered in the Cantonese famille rose palette with figural narratives and auspicious objects and fruits, mounted with cast floral stems and floriform nozzles, supported in pierced Rococo bases
Height: 36.5cm

 300-500

069
A PART KUTANI TEA SET
Early to mid 20th century
Comprising a globular teapot with a domed lid and a foliate finial, a jug and two bowl shaped cups, with shaped reserves enclosing figural narratives and landscape scenes upon patterned grounds, with gilt and iron red borders; marks underside
Height: 20cm (teapot)

 50-100

070
TWO CHINESE STONE SEALS
A translucent near white smooth boulder, carved in relief with a boatman in an auspicious landscape, with script, and seal script underside; and a triangular shaped mottled green stone, relief carved with three figures beneath a pine tree, script to the reverse, and seal script underside
Height: 12cm Width: 10.5cm and smaller

 200-400

071
A PAIR OF VINTAGE CHINESE IVORY MEIREN FIGURES
Mid 20th century
The elegant long figures, with carved, coiffed and dark stained hair, one carrying a basket with a peony, the other carrying a branch of blooms, both upon timber stands
Height: 23.5cm

 200-400

072
A VINTAGE CHINESE IVORY DRAGON WITH A TIMBER STAND
Mid 20th century
A carved and reticulated figure with a double twist to the body; upon a fitted stand
Length: 22.5cm

 150-250

073
A PAIR OF SMALL CHINESE DISHES, A BLUE AND WHITE TEA BOWL AND SAUCER
Qing Dynasty, 19th century
A pair of underglaze blue dishes in the Qianlong manner decorated with polychrome enamel flowers with gilt enrichments to the centre, a small dish with a peony and fence design and a conforming tea bowl
Diameter: 12cm

 200-400

074
A SMALL CHINESE BLUE AND WHITE CA MAU SHIPWRECK DISH
Qing Dynasty, circa: 1725, Yongzheng period
The small moulded Kraak style dish with four floral decorated reserves and centred with a scene of a bird and a butterfly in a garden; with Sotheby's Unicom label 58624, Ca Mau cargo label, and painted marks underside
Diameter: 12cm

 200-400

075
A CHINESE BLUE AND WHITE SWATOW EARTHENWARE DISH
Probably Ming Dynasty
With spontaneous decoration with heaping and piling beneath a thick glaze, with concentric dotted borders, and a garden and rock design to the centre scattered with additional dots, unglazed to the base
Height: 4.5cm Diameter: 20.5cm

 200-400

076
TWO CHINESE SWATOW BLUE AND WHITE BOWLS
Qing Dynasty
A bowl with a bold dragon designs to the interior and exterior with clouds, flame motifs and flaming pearls, a two character underglaze mark underside; the other of ogee profile with foliate borders and central floral design, the exterior with arabesques and flowers above lappets; a fret mark underside and etched owner's character
Height: 7.5cm Diameter: 17.5cm and smaller

 150-300

077
A GROUP OF THREE CHINESE BLUE AND WHITE PLATES
Qing Dynasty
Two lobed plates, one with a brocaded border with central peony and tree design, a floral bordered plate with a peony and tree within a fenced garden, and a circular plate with pencilled decoration with a central bloom and an arabesque and stylised flower border, a bordered fret mark underside
Diameter: 24cm and smaller

 100-150

078
A SMALL ANTIQUE INDO-JAVANESE CLAY TABLET
Circa: 14th century
Impressed with an image of Ganesha
Length: 7cm Width: 4cm

 30-50

079
AN ORIENTAL WHITE METAL WATER DROPPER
19th century
A cast water dropper combined brush wash in the shape of a fish, with a gaping mouth and well delineated scales and fins
Height: 7cm Width: 13.5cm

 150-300

080
A PAINTED BRASS FIGURE OF AN 'EARTH WITNESS' BUDDHA
The cast figure with tightly coiled hair, pendulous lobes and downcast eyes, attired in a dhoti with a sanghati robe across one shoulder, seated in dyanasana, the hands in a 'touching the earth' mudra, raised on a lotus throne
Height: 21.5cm

 100-200

081
A CHINESE HARDSTONE SEAL
A rectangular seal in modulating and veined ochre, amber and rouge colours, with calligraphic script to two faces, seal script underside
Height: 6cm Width: 5cm

 200-300

082
A CHINESE BLANC-DE-CHINE GUANYIN
The contemplative figure with downcast eyes, in flowing long robes and jewels and holding a lotus stem, raised upon a wave like globular base encrusted with shells and a vase with a 'Buddha's hand' citron; impressed marks to back
Height: 35.5cm

 50-80

083
A PEKING OVERLAID GLASS VASE
The red baluster vase of cushion profile with a waisted neck, with gilt flake inflections and overlaid in deep green with three figures beneath a peach tree to one face and a child flying a butterfly kite beneath a pine tree to the other, a carved seal underside
Height: 24.5cm

 500-600

084
A MINIATURE TURQUOISE CRACKLEWARE BOTTLE VASE IN THE ORIENTAL MANNER
19th century
Of typical globular shape with an even crackle throughout, a cream glazed unmarked base
Height: 9.5cm

 100-150

085
A KUTANI DOUBLE GOURD VASE
20th century
With wave and diaper roundels, chrysanthemum and other patterns with gilded highlights; with a double bordered 'fuku' (good fortune) stamp underside
Height: 9cm

 50-100

086
A CHINESE WHITE MARBLE FIGURE OF THE GOD OF PROSPERITY
The standing figure of the deity, Caishen, typically attired and with attribute; upon a timber stand
Height: 35.5cm

 120-150

087
A SMALL SIGNED KUTANI PLANTER OR BONSAI BOWL
The quatrefoil shaped dish with vermicelli borders, decorated to the interior with peony flowers, shaped and panel reserves to the exterior with flowers, birds and a spider upon diaper patterned grounds in the typical Kutani palette; with red character signature and mark of Kutani
Height: 7cm Length: 17.5cm Width: 14cm

 80-120

088
A GROUP OF THREE CHINESE BLANC DE CHINE ITEMS: A COVERED BOX, A BRUSH WASH AND A MINIATURE VASE
Qing Dynasty, provenance: ex Prof. C.P Fitzgerald Collection, sinologist
A miniature sleeve vase carved in relief with a wolf walking through pine foliage, a domed brush wash with an applied dragon style lizard, and a drum style covered box of barrel shape with nodule borders
Height: 10.5cm and smaller

 150-250

089
AN ORIENTAL JADE FIGURE OF A DOG OR QILIN
In deep modulating olive and black colours, the simply carved figure upon a fitted stand
Height: 10cm Width: 10cm (includes stand)

 50-100

090
AN ORIENTAL JADE HORSE
A simply carved recumbent horse in creamy green modulating to brown colours upon a fitted timber stand colours
Height: 6.5cm Width: 10cm Depth: 8cm (includes stand)

 50-100

091
A VINTAGE SPELTER OKIMONO OF A GEISHA
20th century
The figure in a bronzed finish with gold to brown floral embellishments, the obi with fine dragon details in muted red and gold colours
Height: 23.5cm

 50-100

092
A WELL CAST JAPANESE BRONZE KORO
Meiji period, 1868-1912
Finely and naturalistically cast in the round with lion, tiger, leopard, bear and rhinoceros figures and raised on lion's paw feet; apparently unmarked
Height: 16.5cm Diameter: 22cm

 100-200

093
A GROUP OF SEVEN ANTIQUE CHINESE BLUE AND WHITE WARES.
Qing Dynasty, provenance: ex Prof C. P. Fitzgerald Collection, sinologist
A slender barrel shaped teapot with scrolling borders, the blanc de chine body carved with peony; a cushion shaped pot; a miniature cup; a small waisted vessel; a lozenge shaped dish with figures; a dish with kakiemon style decoration, a later circular dish with three figures
Height: 14.5cm (teapot) and smaller

 100-200

094
AN ANTIQUE CHINESE ROSEWOOD AND MOTHER-OF-PEARL MIRROR
Qing Dynasty, late 19th to early 20th century
A rectangular wall mirror with a simple squared profile, inlaid with floral and dot motifs
Height: 54cm Width: 42cm

 400-600

095
A LARGE CHINESE BRONZE AND CLOISONNÉ JARDINIÈRE
Qing Dynasty, 19th century
The footed jardinière with relief panels of phoenix and dragon in colours above a wavy ground, lappets enclosing stylised flora below and the foot with flowers and fungus borders upon a diaper ground
Height: 40cm Diameter: 50cm

 600-1000

096
A CHINESE JADE RETICULATED BI-DISK
The large disk in modulating green to ochre and brown colours, with pierced borders of archaic motifs, the body with a nodule design in relief
Diameter: 17cm

 50-100

097
A CHINESE DEEP YELLOW GLAZED INCISED BOWL
The everted bowl of ogee profile raised on a low foot ring, incised throughout with a continuous wave motif sprigged with branches of coral; bearing apocryphal Ming Hongzhi mark underside
Height: 7cm Diameter: 14.5cm

 200-400

098
FOUR CHINESE GILT METAL DOGS OF FO ON AGATE SPHERES
Small cast figures raised on amber and red coloured agate spheres, with auspicious creature supports and flat floriform bases
Height: 6.5cm

 100-150

099
AN ANTIQUE CHINESE FAMILLE ROSE EXPORT WARE PLATE
The lobed pale celadon plate decorated in the European manner with Deutsche Blumen in a puce, purple, and deep yellow palette, with viridian and apple green foliage
Diameter: 22.5cm

 100-150

100
A MIXED GROUP OF ORIENTAL WARES: A JAPANESE SPELTER TRAY, A TIBETAN BELL AND PART OF A PRAYER WHEEL, A SMALL POLYCHROME JARDINIERE
19th century and after
A Meiji period relief cast small card tray with a geisha observing soldiers from a balcony, bordered with iris flowers and foliage; an antique Tibetan bell with a twist stem and cast finial; the embossed cylindrical wheel component from a prayer wheel; a small crackleware jardinière with three landscape reserves
Height: 17cm (bell) Length: 22.5cm Width: 15cm (tray)

 30-50

101
FIVE FAMILLE ROSE PORCELAIN WARES
Qing Dynasty 19th century and after
A pair of Cantonese plates with reserved decoration of figures engaged in narratives, and fruits, flowers and insects, a covered porcelain box with figural decoration, a tea bowl, and a celadon glazed plate sprigged with flora and insects, the latter with a blue fret mark underside
Diameter: 19cm

 100-200

102
THREE CANTONESE FAMILLE ROSE PLATES
Qing Dynasty, later 19th century and after
A pair of plates and one later, each decorated to alternating reserves with figures engaged in interior narratives, and fruits, birds and insects, with brocaded trims and gilt highlights, unmarked
Diameters: 20cm and 16cm

 50-100

103
A CANTONESE FAMILLE ROSE TEA CADDY
The rectangular tea caddy with a cylindrical domed lid decorated with figures, flowers, birds, auspicious flowers and fruits to reserves; with a bordered modern 'mandarin' figure stamp underside
Height: 17cm

 100-200

104
A FAMILLE ROSE OVOID COVERED JAR
The high shouldered baluster jar with a fitted lid with pointed finial, decorated with five key fret bordered long reserves populated with flora, fruits, birds, and insects between brocaded trims, with floral and Buddhist symbols upon a gilded ground
Height: 22.5cm

 50-100

105
A CANTONESE FAMILLE ROSE PUNCHBOWL
The bowl with four internal and external reserves each richly decorated with fruits, birds and insects, a decorated roundel to the centre, with gilt scrolls, brocaded trims and bright gilt enrichments, red seal stamp underside
Height: 11.5cm Diameter: 26cm

 100-200

106
A FAMILLE ROSE OVOID COVERED JAR
The high shouldered baluster jar with a fitted lid with pointed finial, decorated with five key fret bordered long reserves populated with flora, fruits, birds, and insects between brocaded trims, with floral and Buddhist symbols upon a gilded ground
Height: 31.5cm

 50-100

107
A CANTONESE FAMILLE ROSE SHELL SHAPED DISH
Early 20th century
Decorated with four reserves, two populated with figures engaged in interior narratives, and two richly decorated with flowers, fruits and birds, with brocaded trims, mark of China underside
Height: 5cm Length: 26cm Width: 26cm

 80-150

108
TWO SHUANGXI CHINESE BLUE AND WHITE COVERED JARS
Qing Dynasty, 19th century
Two ovoid jars each with three double happiness symbols and freely executed scrolling sweet pea motifs throughout between concentric ring borders, the flat topped covers conforming, with timber display stands
Height: 22.5cm

 100-200

109
A FINE ANTIQUE CHINESE SCROLL
A calligraphic scroll with three lines of script and a line of smaller script, with two seals to the left hand margin, and a smaller seal upper right
Length: 142cm Width: 65cm (image)

 100-200

110
A CHINESE BRONZE BIRD WINE POURER IN THE HAN STYLE
The well patinated vessel with mottled verdigris, of compressed globular form raised on a foot ring, having a long slender goose neck and head terminal
Height: 42cm

 500-800

111
A MONUMENTAL ANTIQUE ARITA FLOOR VASE
Meiji period, 1868-1912
A baluster vase with a cushioned neck rim and a fluted trumpet rim, profusely decorated with pairs of shaped cloud and quatrefoil reserves populated with bird and landscape scenes upon a scrolling and floral ground further embellished with dragons, a diaper patterned collar, the rim with palmettes, fern and chrysanthemum motifs
Height: 155cm

 5000-10000

112
AN ANTIQUE CHINESE DOUBLE PORTRAIT ANCESTOR PAINTING
Qing Dynasty, 19th century
Grandmother and grandfather figures, she in blue and he in brown and teal robes, seated upon red embroidered silk chairs with carved bases, small attendants to the side, a table behind with lotus and peony in vases and a table screen bearing script, framed by lanterns, tassels and rolled blinds
Height: 108cm Width: 74cm

 200-400

113
A CHINESE DOUBLE ANCESTOR PORTRAIT
Qing Dynasty, 19th century
In opaque colours on paper depicting grandparent figures seated at an angle before a home altar with a bowl of iris upon a stand, and a bonsai upon a carved gnarled root stand, with large character and seal stamp to image
Height: 114cm Width: 75cm

 100-200

114
A CHINESE ROSEWOOD AND MOTHER-OF-PEARL INLAID STAND
Qing Dynasty, late 19th century
The waisted stand with a pierced dragon carved apron, pierced spandrels and dragon head mounts to cabriole legs terminating in claw feet, with an undertier stand united by stretchers
Height: 103cm

 200-400

115
A CHINESE ROSEWOOD AND MOTHER-OF-PEARL INLAID CARVER
Qing Dynasty, late 19th to early 20th century
Profusely pierced and inlaid throughout, having a shaped square back with an inlaid dragon plaque surrounded by pierced dragon and phoenix designs, a 'three friends of winter' landscape to the seat, a curvaceous apron, and raised on cabriole legs with an 'H' form stretcher
Height: 110cm Width: 60cm Depth: 57cm

 1000-2000

116
A CHINESE ROSEWOOD AND MOTHER-OF-PEARL INLAID CHAIR
Qing Dynasty, late 19th to early 20th century
A slightly waisted chair profusely embellished throughout, the crest and splat pierced and carved with dragon and phoenix designs, an inlaid roundel of a bird amidst prunus to the serpentine shaped seat, the carved apron with bird and peach motifs, raised on cabriole legs with 'H' form stretchers
Height: 106cm Width: 48cm Depth: 49cm

 300-400

117
A CHINESE MARBLE ROSEWOOD AND MOTHER-OF-PEARL INLAID TABLE
Qing Dynasty, late 19th to early 20th century
The round waisted table with an inset marble top with red and cream blooms, bordered with auspicious bird, floral and dentil decorations, the prolifically carved apron with lingzhi fungus motifs enclosing symbolic creatures, raised on monumental legs with claw feet united by a shaped stretcher
Height: 81cm Diameter: 97cm

 1000-2000

118
A LARGE CHINESE ELM COFFEE TABLE
The top with a mitred frame above ribbed stile supports with stretchers and pierced scrolling spandrels
Height: 47cm Length: 207cm Width: 87cm

 200-400

119
A MODERN CHINESE BALUSTER VASE
The large vase with a waisted neck and trumpet neck, glazed with maroon and lilac colours on a white mauve ground; impressed mark underside
Height: 51.5cm

 50-60

120
A CHINESE CARVED FURNITURE PANEL
Carved in high relief with birds in prunus branches, gold decorated within a black lacquered surround
Height: 17cm Width: 68cm

 50-100

121
A PAIR OF PERSIAN MUGHAL MINIATURE PAINTINGS
In opaque colours on paper, one depicting a romantic couple in a tent, the other with figures on horseback, camel and foot fighting off a fantastic bird, with Arabic script to the short ends of both images
Height: 20.5cm Width: 12cm and smaller

 100-200

122
AN ANTIQUE PERSIAN MINIATURE PAINTING
Richly decorated in opaque colours with gilt enrichments depicting soldiers on horseback and elephants engaged in a frenetic battle, a walled fortress to the rear; with Arabic script and surrounded by finely pencilled borders with alternating reserves of battlements and infantrymen
Height: 34cm Width: 19.5cm

 100-300

123
AN ANTIQUE PERSIAN MINIATURE PAINTING
Richly decorated in opaque colours with gilt enrichments depicting a romantic couple in a pavilion setting, with landscapes beyond, script, and embellished to the short ends with scenes of the hunt
Height: 18cm Width: 9.5cm

 100-200

124
A GROUP OF THREE PERSIAN MUGHAL MINIATURE PAINTINGS
In opaque colours on paper, depicting a romantic couple on a terrace, a romantic couple in a pavilion at night, both with Arabic script; and a scene of deer in a fenced enclosure, in pink and aqua colours
Height: 26cm Width: 16.5cm and smaller

 120-220

125
A CHINESE EMBROIDERY IN A TRADITIONAL PIERCED FRAME
In shades of blue silk, profusely decorated with peony and butterflies, housed in the original pierced frame, with a key fret border and carved with auspicious vegetal motifs
Height: 31.5cm Width: 20cm

 30-50

126
A PAIR OF CHINESE BLUE AND WHITE PORCELAIN PANELS
Early 20th century
An opposite pair of panels with long tailed birds perched in a branch of pomegranate in a rockwork and peony garden, with script and housed in traditional timber frames
Length: 62cm Width: 32.5cm

 800-1000

127
A DECORATIVE CHINESE TIMBER PANEL
With a trio of red fielded panels populated with painted figures engaged in various narratives above a painted floral and patterned border, and panels with gold decorated figures in pavilion settings carved in high relief, a pair of side carved bracket feet
Height: 45.5cm Width: 87cm

 50-100

128
A VINTAGE CHINESE PAINTED LEATHER PANEL
The red framed panel, decorated in gold and silvery blue upon black, with a beauty preparing for her bath surrounded by attendants and a group of female musicians in a garden; with stitched edging, the cushion profile frame with rounded corners
Height: 51cm Width: 101cm

 100-200

129
CONTEMPORARY JAPANESE SCHOOL
Mask
Pastel on paper, signed or initialled lower right, housed in a lacquered frame
Height: 32cm Width: 23cm

 100-200

130
FOUR FRAMED CHINESE PAINTINGS OF IMPERIAL COURT FIGURES
In opaque colours depicting probably Emperor Qianlong and his Empress as young then older figures, enthroned and typically attired in imperial court dress
Height: 37.5cm Width: 27cm

 100-200

131
THREE ORIENTAL PAINTINGS
An original print by Japanese artist Gizan Izuno 1885-1957), in the Northern Chinese school style, with various stamps and seals, and; a pair of paintings in a subdued palette on silk and depicting traditional Chinese houses and pavilions in sublime snowy mountain settings
Height: 40.5cm Width: 28.5cm and smaller

 200-250

132
A SMALL CARVED CHINESE PAINTING TABLE
The low altar with a mitred top and a scroll end with carved bamboo motifs, a carved and pierced running prunus blossom apron and raised on square section legs carved as bamboo stems
Height: 29cm Length: 76cm Width: 40cm

 100-200

133
A TRADITIONAL CHINESE MING STYLE PAINTING TABLE
With a slender mitred rectangular top above a shaped apron and humpbacked tubular stretchers, with three spandrels to each cylindrical slightly angled leg
Height: 87cm Width: 97cm Depth: 48cm

 300-500

134
A JAPANESE TWO LEAF EBONISED AND RED LACQUER DECORATIVE SCREEN
Early 20th century
The floor screen with a pierced and relief carved crest with bird and flower decorations above a deep red panel framing a reserve of birds perched and flying amidst wisteria and other blooms in applied bone and mother-of-pearl, with lower panels with ebonised relief carved iris flowers
Height: 179cm Width: 138cm

 100-200

135
A CHINESE BLACK AND RED LACQUERED BEDSIDE CABINET
With a small drawer and a two door cupboard decorated throughout with vegetal and insect motifs and tendril borders, with bowls and vases of flowers to the sides, the cupboard with a large red medallion with traditional brass pin locks, the base with a shaped apron and stile feet
Height: 61cm Width: 40cm Depth: 32cm

 100-200

135a
A CHINESE BLACK LACQUERED BEDSIDE CABINET
The cabinet with a small drawer and a two door cupboard, the borders and cupboard adorned with shou medallions and diaper and character decoration in muted gold colours, the drawer with vegetal motifs, to the base a shaped apron with stile feet
Height: 61cm Width: 40cm Depth: 32cm

 100-200

136
A PAIR OF CHINESE RED LACQUER BEDSIDE CABINETS
One with three drawers, the other with a drawer and a two door cupboard decorated with figural narratives in garden and pavilion settings, with traditional brass hardware and locks
Height: 63cm Width: 52cm Depth: 46cm

 100-200

137
AN ART DECO JAPANESE SECTIONED TANSU IN JAPANESE ASH
Taisho Period (1912 - 1926)
In vibrantly figured ash upon a horse chestnut carcase, a moderne interpretation of a traditional tansu with arrangements of three sliding compartments, shelves and five drawers upon a plinth base
Height: 136cm Width: 91cm Depth: 36cm

 800-1200

138
A PAIR OF ANTIQUE ORIENTAL LACQUERED CABINETS
In black lacquer with a rustic and distressed finish, both with a pair of timber hinged cupboards with brass circular plates and pin hardware, embellished with figures in pavilion and garden settings in muted red and gold colours, a small drawer below, and raised on stile feet, with patterns and floral motifs throughout
Height: 71cm Width: 60cm Depth: 43cm

 200-300

139
A FINE ELM AND PEARWOOD KOREAN CHEST ON CHEST
Circa: 1880
In the traditional manner with four small drawers above a pair of cupboards well embellished with shaped and etched hardware including a decorative circular lock, 'brick work' panelling below to a similar cupboard and a long drawer, with a shaped apron and short oriental cabriole feet; the interior paper lined
Height: 154cm Width: 95cm Depth: 43cm

 400-800

140
A JAPANESE KEYAKI CHEVAL MIRROR
20th century
The elegant mirror with a slender cushion profile frame with rounded corners to the cresting rail enclosing a bevelled glass, a platform base and shaped trestle ends
Height: 154cm Width: 62cm Depth: 35cm

 100-200

141
A CHINESE SIDEBOARD IN MIXED TIMBERS
Of rustic character with a mitred elongated top with spandrels above three framed drawers with circular brass plate and tear drop pull handles, two pairs of cupboards below with typical pin lock hardware, raised on solid supports flowing to stile feet
Height: 83cm Width: 182cm Depth: 50cm

 300-500

142
TWO MATCHING LATE VICTORIAN SILVER PLATED VEGETABLE TUREENS
Later 19th century, with maker's mark for James Dixon & Sons
Oval bead edged tureens in two sizes with covers and removable thread and cornucopia handles, finely engraved to the covers with a deep border of maiden hair ferns; maker's mark underside of rims
Length: 30.5cm Width: 23.5cm

 50-100

143
A SILVER PLATED WINE BOTTLE HOLDER AND A BREAD TRAY
Early to later 20th century, Hardy Brothers (holder); Philip Ashberry & Sons
The bottle holder with twin pierced borders of interlaced navettes, with a gadrooned undulating rim and cast handles, the tray with a pierced guilloche border and beaded rim, with a removable timber insert
Height: 17.5cm (wine holder) Diameter: 29cm (tray)

 30-60

144
AN ANTIQUE AUSTRO-HUNGARIAN .800 SILVER SAUCE BOAT
Post 1867 Vienna, with dianakopf, and maker's mark TJ
A fine heavy gauge double lipped boat with reeded loop handles with ribbon motifs and leafy chased mounts, on an integral oval tray with conforming reed and ribbon borders; hallmarked to foot of boat and tray
Total weight: 758gr
Height: 13.5cm Length: 25.5cm Width: 17.5cm

 280-400

145
TWENTY TWO PIECES OF QUALITY SILVER PLATED WARES
Comprising: a Neoclassical teapot by Viners of Sheffield; an Arts & Crafts hammered creamer and matching sugar basin; a Queen's pattern cutlery trio; a pair of Neoclassical candlesticks, a set of six bright cut fish knives and forks, an engraved claret jug, and a cake server with a sterling handle
Height: 30cm (claret jug)

 50-100

146
AN ANTIQUE MEXICAN STERLING SILVER TRAVELLING RAZOR
Early 20th century, with maker's mark of Reyna
A small lined square hinged box with a disassembled sterling silver razor in four parts, marked Reyna sterling and Reyna Taxco to two components, the case marked sterling and with retailer's stamp of Abercrombie & Fitch Co
Total weight: 114gr
Length: 5cm Width: 4.5cm (box)

 100-150

147
A STERLING SILVER DESK SET
1909 London, with maker's marks for John Grinsell & Sons
A shaped rectangular silver tray raised on ball feet and with fitted compartments for twin square glass ink bottles, both with sterling silver mounts and flat hinged lids, as found
Silver weight: 286gr (tray only)
Length: 21cm Width: 15cm

 50-100

148
A GROUP OF THIRTEEN PHOTOGRAPH FRAMES: THREE STERLING SILVER, TEN SILVER PLATED
Of various shapes and sizes, the sterling items hallmarked for London, Sheffield and Birmingham
Height: 20.5cm Width: 15cm and smaller

 100-200

149
A FINE LARGE EDWARDIAN STERLING SILVER BASKET
1907 London, with maker's mark for William Comyns & Sons
A waisted faceted basket with applied shell, scroll and pendant decorations to the rims, a plain swing handle, and an applied engraved cartouche; hallmarked to foot, and handle; and retailer's stamp for Hardy Bros. Sydney
Silver weight: 1137gr
Height: 22cm Length: 32cm Width: 24cm

 1800-2200

150
A SET OF FOUR STERLING SILVER NAPKIN RINGS AND A LATER PAIR
1918 Birmingham, with maker's mark for William Hutton & Sons, and 1989 Birmingham, with maker's marks for Henry Bushell & Co
All engine turned, including four circular rings with plain cartouches, the later oval pair with monogrammed cartouches, with case; all hallmarked
Silver weight: 147gr
Diameter: 4.5cm

 50-100

151
A FINE GEORGIAN STERLING SILVER SUGAR BASIN
1821 London, with maker's marks for Paul Storr
In the Neoclassical style, a compressed footed basin with gadroons and shells to the rim, radiating gadroons to the lower body, and reed cluster high looping handles with leafy embellishments and mounts, crisply hallmarked underside
Silver weight: 476gr
Height: 9cm Diameter: 14cm

 1800-2800

152
SIX ANTIQUE ORIENTAL SILVER VOTIVE FIGURES
Small bullocks and cows with engraved patterns, a bird and a man milking a cow, Silver weight: 91gr
Height: 4.5cm Width: 4.5cm

 80-120

153
AN ELEGANT PAIR OF STERLING SILVER CHOCOLATE POTS
1917 Birmingham, with maker's marks for Philip Hanson Abbot
The pots of waisted and faceted form with conforming radiating petal lids with finials, turned fruit wood handles and raised on a trio of curvaceous scroll and pad feet; hallmarked to body
Total weight: 589gr
Height: 17.5cm

 1000-2000

154
A GEORGIAN STERLING SILVER CREAMER
1825 London, with partial maker's mark C?
The rectangular creamer of compressed stepped form, with gadrooned edges and a cast leaf 'C' scroll handle, raised on four ball feet; hallmarked to lower body
Silver weight: 182gr
Height: 10.5cm Width: 14.5cm

 200-400

155
A GEORGIAN STERLING SILVER CREAMER
1797 London, with maker's mark for DH without pellet
A thread edged creamer with an integral high set strap handle, the oval body with a gentle waist; hallmarked near rim
Silver weight: 93gr
Height: 11.5cm

 150-250

156
A FINE ORNATE VICTORIAN STERLING SILVER PEDESTAL COMPORT
1890 London, with maker's mark J.N.M for Mappin & Webb
Repousse and chased throughout with portrait medallions to pierced reserves, floral and animal motifs, having a central oval section supporting a cut glass dish above a broad pulvinated border, four upward scrolling leaf and whorl feet with floral terminals; hallmarked to upper body
Silver weight: 1122gr
Height: 23.5cm Length: 38cm Width: 30cm

 5000-6000

157
A GEORGE III STERLING SILVER TEAPOT
1792 London with maker's mark for Peter & Ann Bateman
The 'oil can' shaped teapot with a waisted neck, low domed hinged lid and ivory finial, an ivory 'C' scroll handle with thumb piece and shell mounts, decorated throughout in the Rococo manner, with a vacant shell cartouche; hallmarked underside
Total weight: 409gr
Height: 15.5cm Width: 25cm

 1000-2000

158
AN ELEGANT VICTORIAN COFFEE POT
1879 London, with maker's marks for Walter & John Barnard
Of tapering oval conical form with a straight spout, flat lid and fruitwood 'C' scroll handle with spur, bright cut and lightly engraved to the body with foliate motifs enclosing vacant cartouches to both sides, the lid and spout with similar decoration; hallmarked underside
Total weight: 520gr
Height: 21cm

 800-1200

159
A STERLING SILVER COMPORT
1924 Birmingham, with maker's mark for Adie Brothers
A fine comport with a radiating petal design and a pierced foliate rim with a castellated border, raised on a low spreading pedestal; hallmarked to body
Silver weight: 307gr
Height: 8cm Diameter: 18.5cm

 150-300

160
A GEORGIAN STERLING SILVER SALT CELLAR AND AN EDWARDIAN STERLING SILVER SPECTACLES CASE
1760 London, with maker's mark for probably John Eckford II, a cauldron salt on hoof feet, and; 1915 Chester, with marks for Colen Hewer Cheshire, a plain hinged spectacles case; both hallmarked
Silver weight: 104gr
Length: 12cm (spectacles case)

 100-200

161
A GEORGE II STERLING SILVER SPOON WITH MARROW SCOOP, AND A LATER GEORGIAN STERLING SILVER OLD ENGLISH PATTERN SPOON
1738 London, mark for Starling Wilford; 1788 London, with partial mark
A fine and crisp spoon with a marrow scoop terminal, and a scallop shell motif to the throat, hallmarked to stem, and; a spoon initialled 'D', crisply hallmarked
Silver weight: 115gr
Length: 22.5cm and 22cm

 300-500

162
A SMALL DUTCH .934 SILVER TRAY OR STAND
1879, with standard and assay office mark 'C' for s'Gravenhage
The heavy gauge stand of scalloped square profile with a circular dish and applied thread edges; hallmarked underside
Silver weight: 180gr
Height: 2.5cm Length: 14.5cm Width: 14.5cm

 80-120

163
A LATE VICTORIAN STERLING SILVER SUGAR BASIN
1892 London, with maker's mark JTH over JHM for Hukin & Heath
A circular basin with an irregular crimped rim, plain to the body and raised on three ball feet; hallmarked to upper body
Silver weight: 113gr
Height: 6cm Diameter: 10.5cm

 100-200

164
AN EDWARDIAN STERLING SILVER CREAMER
1912 Sheffield, with maker's mark HW for Lee & Wigfull
Of inverted bell shape in the Georgian Irish manner, with a threaded girdle to the centre, an ear form handle and a scalloped rim, raised on three hoof feet with shell mounts, hallmarked to upper body
Silver weight: 169gr
Height: 10.5cm

 150-200

165
A STERLING SILVER CIGARETTE CASE AND A VINTAGE COMPACT
1919 Birmingham, with maker's mark M.H. Meyer Ltd
An engine turned case with an inscription to the gilt washed interior, monogrammed to cartouche, hallmarked twice to the interior; and a plated compact with floral petit point decoration
Total weight: 87gr (cigarette case)
Diameter: 10cm (compact)

 30-50

166
THREE STERLING SILVER VANITY ITEMS, A HAND MIRROR, A PIN DISH, AND A SMALL COVERED BOX
1906 with marks for JL, (box); 1912 rubbed maker's marks (mirror), 1950 with marks for probably William Adams (dish), all Birmingham
A Renaissance revival hand mirror, glass absent; the pin dish and rectangular box with a cut glass base in the Rococo manner; hallmarked
Total weight: 257gr (glass base of box excluded) Length: 23.5cm (mirror)

 50-80

167
A MIXED QUANTITY OF GEORGIAN AND LATER STERLING SILVER CUTLERY
Late 18th century and after, various dates and makers
Fifty one pieces: a fiddle pattern service comprising six dinner and six entree forks, seven soup spoons, nine dessert spoons and ten teaspoons; a set of six scroll patterned dinner knives, probably American; six English butter spreaders with patterned borders, and a pair of sugar tongs; hallmarked to all
Total weight: 2272gr
Length: 21.5cm (spoon) and smaller

 1500-2500

168
A PAIR OF GEORGIAN STERLING SILVER SALTS WITH BLUE GLASS LINERS
1801 London, with maker's mark, probably DD, for Daniel Denny
Thread edged oval boat shaped salts of slightly cushion profile, bright cut with borders and a leafy frieze, with vacant cartouches; hallmarked underside
Silver weight: 87gr (without liners)
Height: 5.5cm Length: 9.5cm Width: 6cm

 150-250

169
A LATE GEORGIAN SCOTTISH STERLING SILVER LADLE
1835 Edinburgh, with marker's mark for James McKay
A fiddle pattern ladle with an oval bowl; crisply hallmarked underside
Silver weight: 209gr
Length: 31cm

 450-550

170
A PAIR OF VICTORIAN STERLING SILVER BASTING SPOONS
1861 London, with maker's marks for Elizabeth & John Eaton
Heavy gauge thread edged fiddle pattern spoons, engraved with armorials, a crown issuing a flag, to the terminals; hallmarked underside
Silver weight: 346gr
Length: 31.5cm

 450-650

171
A VICTORIAN STERLING SILVER BEAD EDGED LADLE
1873 London, with maker's mark, GA, for Chawner & Co
The fiddle pattern ladle with a slightly oval bowl; hallmarked underside
Silver weight: 275gr
Length: 33.5cm

 150-220

172
A STRIKING GEORGIAN WIREWORK TOAST RACK
1805 London, with maker's mark for Mary Troby
The six slice rack with square envelope pattern partitions, raised on tapering fluted feet; hallmarked underside
Silver weight: 257gr
Height: 9.5cm Length: 15.5cm Width: 10cm

 400-800

173
A SET OF SIX STERLING SILVER DEMI-TASSE SPOONS AND A SET OF SIX STERLING SILVER HANDLED BUTTER SPREADERS, WITH CASES
1933 Sheffield, with maker's marks for William Hutton & Sons, spoons
1927 Sheffield, with maker's marks for Harrison Fisher & Co, butter spreaders with sterling hollow chevron patterned handles and plated blades, hallmarked
Total weight: 192gr
Lengths: 17.5cm and 9cm

 50-100

174
A CASED EIGHT PIECE STERLING SILVER CRUET SET
1946-1953, Birmingham, with maker's marks for William Suckling Ltd
Comprising two pillar salt and pepper shakers, two compressed pedestal salts, and a hinged mustard pot, all with blue glass liners and accompanied by original spoons; hallmarked to all items
Silver weight: 171 (without liners)
Height: 5cm (pepper pot)

 150-250

175
A STERLING SILVER SALVER
1921 Birmingham, with maker's mark for Hukin & Heath
With an applied Rococo revival shell and scroll rim and a plain tray, raised on three curvaceous feet; hallmarked underside
Silver weight: 647gr
Height: 3.5cm Diameter: 32cm

 600-1000

176
A STERLING SILVER PIERCED DISH
1956 London with maker's marks for Hardy Bros
A fine pierced dish with an undulating cast and shell border, crisply hallmarked underside
Silver weight: 196gr
Height: 5.5cm Diameter: 21.5cm

 100-200

177
A PAIR OF VICTORIAN STERLING SILVER BASTING SPOONS
1855 London, with maker's marks, GA, for Chawner & Co
The fiddle pattern spoons, engraved 'P' to the terminals, crisply hallmarked underside
Silver weight: 258gr
Length: 30.5cm

 350-550

178
A PAIR OF VICTORIAN STERLING SILVER FISH SERVERS
1876 London, with maker's marks RM over EH for Martin Hall & Co
Heavy gauge servers finely engraved with heart shaped knots and a fish in the Elizabethan manner, feathered edges to the handles, with Rococo shell terminals, fine shell motifs also to the throats; crisply hallmarked underside
Silver weight: 286gr
Length: 29.5cm and 24.5cm

 800-1000

179
A SET OF TWELVE SILVER PLATED CHRISTOFLE CAKE FORKS
20th century, in retailer's box, Theodor Meyer, Bern
Elegant forks with threaded edges and trefid terminals, stamped underside
Length: 15.5cm

 50-80

180
A PAIR OF VICTORIAN STERLING SILVER SPOONS AND A PAIR OF TONGS
1864 Sheffield, with maker's marks for Henry Wilkinson & Co (spoons), and; 1855 Glasgow, with maker's marks for Peter Aitken I (tongs)
Heavy gauge King's pattern spoons, and thread edged Queen's pattern sugar tongs with shell patterned bowls; hallmarked to all
Silver weight: 280gr
Length: 23.5cm and 15cm

 150-300

181
A THREE PIECE NEOCLASSICAL STERLING SILVER TEA SERVICE
1921 Sheffield, with maker's mark for Walker & Hall
A boat shaped teapot with a threaded waist and a tapering body with bat wing flutes, the spout and domed lid similar, a 'C' scroll handle with spur, and raised on four ball feet, the creamer and sugar bowl conforming; hallmarked to all
Total weight: 1043gr
Height: 16cm Width: 29.5cm and smaller

 1000-2000

182
A GEORGIAN STERLING SILVER CHAMBERSTICK WITH SNUFFER
1825 Sheffield, with maker's marks for probably Robert Gainsford
Cast and chased in the Rococo manner with shell and leaf forms, with a flying scroll handle and conical snuffer, weighted; hallmarked to both pieces
Total weight: 269gr
Height: 10cm

 300-500

183
A STERLING SILVER PRESENTATION SALVER
1921 Sheffield, with maker's mark for Walker & Hall
With a pie crust border and engraved to Edmund Hill Esq, General Secretary of the Federation of British Industries 1916-1921, raised on three whorl feet; hallmarked to the tray
Silver weight: 1410gr
Height: 4cm Diameter: 37.5cm

 1000-2000

184
TWO STERLING SILVER ITEMS: A SNUFF BOX AND TEA CADDY SPOON
1905 Birmingham, with maker's mark for G. Loveridge & Co (box), and; 1933 Sheffield, with maker's mark for Thomas Bradbury & Sons (spoon)
The oval hinged box of cushion profile, with engraved initials to the lid, hallmarked twice to the gilt washed interior; a shell shaped tea caddy spoon with a navette shaped terminal; hallmarked underside
Silver weight: 68gr Length: 8.5cm (caddy spoon)

 50-80

185
AN ART DECO STERLING SILVER CIGARETTE BOX
1932 Birmingham, with maker's mark for Mappin & Webb
An elegant rectangular box with shaped canted corners and a stepped engine turned lid, timber lined with two compartments, fabric to the base; hallmarked to the short end and lid
Total weight: 523gr
Height: 5.5cm Width: 18cm Depth: 9.5cm

 300-600

186
A CASED SET OF STERLING SILVER HANDLED BUTTER SPREADERS AND A SMALL STERLING SILVER TOAST RACK
1918 Sheffield, with maker's marks for Allen & Darwin, the spreaders with tapering handles, foliate decoration and steel blades, and;
1911 Chester, with maker's marks for George Nathan & Ridley Hayes, a small wirework toast rack on squashed bun feet; hallmarked to all
Total weight: 213gr
Length: 16.5cm (knives)

 50-100

187
A SET OF NINE BRIGHT CUT GEORGIAN SILVER TEASPOONS
1828 London, with maker's mark for George Smith III & William Fearn
The Old English pattern spoons, crisply bright cut to the stems and finials, with armorials to wreath cartouches; hallmarked underside
Silver weight: 145gr
Length: 13cm

 150-250

188
A GEORGIAN STERLING SILVER SKEWER
1773 London, with rubbed maker's mark
The heavy gauge skewer of typical tapering form with a shell form mount to the terminal and a ring handle; hallmarked
Silver weight: 146gr
Length: 33cm

 200-400

189
A GEORGIAN STERLING SILVER FISH SLICE
1828 London, with maker's mark for T Cox Savory
The Queen's pattern slice with a decorated mount to the throat and a pierced foliate blade; hallmarked underside
Silver weight: 127gr
Length: 30cm

 200-400

190
A STERLING SILVER SUGAR CASTER
1912 Chester, with partial maker's mark
A pillar caster of carinate form with a pedestal base, a threaded girdle to the centre and upper rim, and a pierced lid with flame finial, weighted to the base; hallmarked to both body and lid
Total weight: 147gr
Height: 17cm

 150-200

191
A SET OF ELEVEN STERLING SILVER FRAMED GLASS DRINKS COASTERS
20th century, with maker's figural mark for Webster Company
The coasters with pierced borders and four small star motifs, star cuts to the glass bases; stamped sterling with maker's marks to base of each
Diameter: 8cm

 200-400

192
A PAIR OF LATE GEORGIAN CRESTED STERLING SILVER CANDLESTICKS
Circa: 1836 Sheffield, with maker's marks for Henry Wilkinson & Co
Square section knopped sticks embossed and chased with acanthus leaves and floral forms, with the original removable pans, weighted; full hallmarks to the pans, partial hallmarks (maker's marks) underside twice to one stick
Total weight: 901gr
Height: 23cm

 1200-2000

193
A FINE EARLY GEORGE II STERLING SILVER SALVER
1734 London, with maker's mark for Edward Pocock
With an applied Chippendale rim enclosing a flat chased border with portrait medallions, Greek scrolls, leaf and scale forms, contemporary arms to a roundel, three curvaceous legs and hoof feet; hallmarked underside
Silver weight: 693gr
Diameter: 28cm

 2000-2800

194
A LALIQUE CRYSTAL MADONNA AND CHILD
Later 20th century
The frosted crystal figure supported on a square black glass base, engraved mark of Lalique France to side
Height: 37cm

 700-1100

195
A LARGE FRENCH OPALESCENT GLASS CHARGER BY PIERRE D'AVESN
Circa: 1930, signed D'Avesn and numbered 163
The moulded charger 'Oiseau de Paradis' featuring a fantastic bird amidst scrolling fern fronds and flower heads, in blue modulating to amber colours and signed and numbered in relief to the feathers verso
Height: 5cm Diameter: 37.5cm

 300-500

196
A BLACK GLASS DOLPHIN TAZZA
20th century
A clear glass bowl with an internal rib décor supported on a pressed black glass dolphin stem with a faceted and lemon squeezer base
Height: 25.5cm Diameter: 27cm

 200-400

197
FOUR ANTIQUE GLASS AND CRYSTAL DECANTERS
Early 19th century
The Georgian decanters of decoratively cut Prussian form with neck rings, two with faceted globe stoppers, one with a mushroom stopper, the fourth of compressed form
Height: 26.5cm and smaller

 100-200

198
A MODERNIST DAUM ART GLASS VASE
Mid 20th century
The clear glass vase of organic stretched form with twin peaks to the short ends and central peaks to the sides, tapering to a narrow flat base and inscribed Daum France to the side
Height: 12.5cm Width: 40cm Depth: 18cm

 100-200

199
A FRENCH CRYSTAL VASE IN AN ORMOLU STAND
Early to mid 20th century
The cut crystal vase of thistle shape with a slice cut everted body, a diamond and strawberry cut bowl with an ormolu pedestal raised on a crystal and engine turned base
Height: 17cm

 200-400

200
A BOHEMIAN CUT CRYSTAL FLUTE VASE
Early 20th century
The tall flute with two large mirrored fan cuts and diamond with floral motifs, gilt floral swags and ribbons to the rim suspending a chain and a painted medallion of an elderly gentleman in Renaissance attire, the vase with a heavy base, star cut underside
Height: 33cm

 150-200

201
AN ART DECO VERLYS SMOKY GLASS VASE WITH A CHROME BASE
Circa: 1935
Of trumpet form, moulded and acid etched with a geometric design, and mounted on a circular stepped chrome base, etched signature, Verlys France to the interior base
Height: 17.5cm

 150-180

202
A GEORGIAN BRISTOL BLUE GLASS RINSER AND A VICTORIAN WINE GLASS RINSER WITH STAND
Early to later 19th century
A flute cut double lipped blue glass rinser with a polished pontil, and a clear glass Victorian double lipped rinser with basal cuts and an engraved vine leaf border, with an associated plate stand with a star burst base
Heights: 8.5cm and 9.5cm

 100-150

203
A LARGE GREEN GLASS DAUM NANCY BOWL
Circa: 1930s
The everted bowl with a bold roughly acid etched stylised fish and plant motif design, a polished pontil and etched mark of Daum Nancy with Cross of Lorrain to foot rim
Height: 12cm Diameter: 32.5cm

 300-500

204
THREE CUT CRYSTAL DECANTERS, ONE STERLING SILVER WINE LABEL
Early to later 20th century, one with stencil mark of Mappin & Webb
A Prussian decanter with diamond points, swagged decoration, and a silver plated collar; a high shouldered decanter; a Mappin & Webb spirits decanter with a globe stopper; and a 1968 Birmingham sterling sherry Label
Height: 29.5cm and smaller

 100-200

205
A CHELSEA DERBY DISH AND A DERBY PLATE
Circa: 1769-1784, gold anchor period, and circa: 1800-25 period
An oval lobed dish with a gilt dentil border, decorated with green festoons with black highlights; a lobed plate with underglaze blue cornflower decoration with gilt and green black colours; gold anchor mark to dish, and red Derby mark to plate
Height: 3.5cm Length: 26cm Width: 21cm (oval bowl)

 100-200

206
A PAIR OF CLEWS STAFFORDSHIRE PLATES
Circa: 1810-1834
The monochrome coffee glazed plates with low relief guilloche borders to the cavetto and four floral arrangements and sprigs to the rim, with gold bands; impressed mark of Clews Warranted Staffordshire underside
Diameter: 22cm

 50-100

207
A SPARROW BEAK JUG IN THE MANNER OF CHINESE EXPORT WARE
Later 18th century
The jug of typical form with an applied plain 'C' scroll handle, decorated in brown and orange colours with an Indian flower and bird decoration, with gilt highlights
Height: 9.5cm

 100-200

208
FOUR FLIGHT BARR & BARR WORCESTER 'RED SPOT' PATTERN TEA WARES: A TEA BOWL AND SAUCER, TWO COFFEE CANS
Circa: 1783-1792 period
The spiral fluted quartet with gilded bands and puce and purple floral spot patterns linked with wavy gold ribbons, saucer marked 'Flight' in puce, tea bowl marked B
Height: 6.5cm (cup) Diameter: 14cm (saucer)

 200-400

209
A CHAMBERLAIN'S WORCESTER IMARI PLATE AND DISH
Early 19th century, pattern 627
Boldly decorated with large orange and white flowers, bright apple green leaves and gilt foliage upon a cobalt ground, the dish marked Chamberlains Worcester, the plate marked with pattern number only
Height: 4.5cm Diameter: 20cm (bowl)

 100-150

210
A FIRST PERIOD WORCESTER POLYCHROME TEABOWL
Circa: 1760
With bold sprays of puce and purple flowers with foliage and gilt enrichments, a floral and puce scale border to the interior rim; unmarked
Height: 5cm

 100-200

211
A RIDGWAY SUGAR BASIN AND COVER
Circa: 1820, pattern 2/1070
The fluted and everted basin with a flattened rim and fitted domed lid with onion finial, small bracket handles and profusely decorated with shell forms and a reserve of loose trailing flowers on a plinth upon a gilt decorated cobalt ground, red painted pattern number underside
Height: 13cm Diameter: 17cm

 50-100

212
A CARL THIEME POTSCHAPPEL (DRESDEN) PORCELAIN FIGURE
Circa: 1900, impressed mark A606 and painted mark 74
The polychrome enamel decorated figure of an eighteenth century gentleman man in a frock coat and breeches holding a posy, supported by a tree trunk upon a grassy base; underglaze Dresden and initial marks, painted and impressed numerals underside
Height: 18.5cm

 100-200

213
TWO PORCELAIN POLYCHROME FIGURES: A MEISSEN GARDENER AND A SITZENDORF LADY
20th century
A gardener boy with a shovel, and a lady in eighteenth century country dress with a posy and a hat; both upon Rococo bases; underglaze crossed swords and impressed numerals to one figure, printed mark to other
Heights: 13.5cm and 12cm

 50-100

214
A ROYAL WORCESTER COFFEE CAN AND SAUCER
1883, pattern 348
With densely patterned brown and cream floral borders between gilt bands; backstamps, registration marks, pattern numbers and other marks underside
Height: 6.5cm Diameter: 11.5cm

 30-50

215
A BARR FLIGHT BARR WORCESTER PLATE AND BOWL
1792-1804, 1804-13 period
Boldly decorated in 'Whorl' or 'Queen Charlotte' pattern with spiral radiating reserves in the imari palette, the plate inscribed 'B', and the bowl with impressed BFB mark
Height: 7.5cm Diameter: 16.5cm (bowl)

 100-200

216
A NAMED VIEW COFFEE CAN AND SAUCER
19th century
Reserved scenes handpainted in grisaille of the 'Church at Wycombe 1811' and 'Dover Castle 1810' surrounded by blue floral borders; underglaze blue 'V' style mark
Height: 6.5cm (cup) Diameter: 13.5cm (saucer)

 100-200

217
A SMALL BOW PORCELAIN WORKS PLATE
1760-1776 period
The lobed plate with a gilt dentil border, scattered with Deutsche Blumen
Diameter: 17.5cm

 100-200

218
A MINTON 'OXFORD EMBOSSED' DESSERT PLATE
Circa: 1830, pattern 1454
A scallop edged plate with relief moulding and decorated with loose floral posies and sprigs, pattern number only underside
Diameter: 24cm

 50-80

219
A FLIGHT BARR & BARR WORCESTER ROSE PLATE AND ONE OTHER, PROBABLY WELSH FACTORY
1813-1840 period
The plate with pink rose sprays and small blue sprigs to the border and dish, with gilt concentric bands; and a saucer dish with a dentil border, similarly decorated with three posies of roses and blooms, unmarked
Diameter: 21.5cm and smaller

 50-100

220
A DERBY SOUP BOWL AND MATCHING PLATE
Circa: 1820
The scallop edged and gadrooned plates with a central floral reserve, three shaped reserves to the rims and lavishly gilded with festoons, vegetal motifs and fruits; iron red mark of period
Diameter: 23cm (soup Bowl) and smaller

 50-100

221
A SLOPS BOWL IN THE MANNER OF COALPORT
Circa: 1800-1805
The white bowl with a cobalt and gilt vermicelli border to the rim, the body sprigged with gilt foliate motifs; unmarked
Height: 8cm Diameter: 16cm

 50-100

222
A PAIR OF BOYS WITH BASKETS, SAMSON AFTER CHELSEA
19th century
A mirror image pair, one draped in lemon, the other in pink cloth, both carrying wicker baskets of flowers and before circular bocages, raised on Rococo bases; gold anchor marks verso
Height: 13.5cm

 200-400

223
A WORCESTER FLIGHT BARR & BARR IMARI PLATE WITH STAPLE REPAIR
1792-1807
Enamel and underglaze blue decorated in a variant of Japan rock and fence pattern, with abundant foliage, ornamental garden architecture and birds, with a gold and iron red reserved foliate border; a professionally repair with ten staples; puce backstamp underside
Diameter: 21cm

 50-100

224
A FINE SIGNED ROYAL WORCESTER CABINET PLATE
1933, with signature of Harry Ayrton
With a wide brilliant canary yellow border with delicate gilt enrichments, centred with a finely painted branch of apples, signed H Ayrton to image; black backstamp underside
Diameter: 23cm

 80-160

225
A CHAMBERLAIN'S WORCESTER SOUP PLATE
1847-1850 period
With a moulded scalloped border beautifully enamel decorated with a spray of wild rose, sprigs of forget-me-nots and other flowers, and four butterflies; impressed mark underside and partial red registration lozenge
Height: 5cm Diameter: 26cm

 60-120

226
A DERBY GADROON EDGED PLATE
Circa: 1820
A lobed plate brightly decorated with four loose arrangements of spring flowers and sprigs; red painted mark underside
Diameter: 26cm

 80-120

227
THREE CAUGHLEY BLUE AND WHITE TEA WARES: TWO TEA BOWLS AND A SAUCER IN 'PAGODA' PATTERN
Circa: 1780s
A lobed saucer with concentric gilded bands enclosing a densely patterned diaper, scale and floral border, a conforming tea bowl and one similar, two marked 'Sx', one with gold mark '32', the other marked indistinctly in blue
Height: 4.5cm and 5cm (tea bowls) Diameter: 13cm (saucer)

 150-300

228
A DR WALL WORCESTER BLUE AND WHITE 'ROCK STRATA ISLAND' BOWL
Circa: 1770
Decorated in a known Chinese pattern in a pleasing hatched and pencilled style, with a complementary diaper border to the interior and a small island scene to the centre, an open crescent mark underside
Height: 7.5cm Diameter: 16cm

 200-400

229
TWO CAUGHLEY BLUE AND WHITE TEAWARES: A 'MOTHER AND CHILD' TEABOWL, A 'FISHERMAN AND CORMORANT' COFFEE CAN
Circa: 1780s
The tea bowl with two figures surrounded by garden architecture, fruits and flowers; and a coffee can with a fisherman holding a short fish, the blue patterned border with concentric gold bands; one marked with a gold cross
Heights: 6.5cm and 4.5cm

 100-150

230
TWO WORCESTER BLUE AND WHITE TEA WARES: A SAUCER AND A DISH IN 'FISHERMAN AND CORMORANT' PATTERN
Circa: 1780-90
The dish with a cell and diaper border, marked underside with underglazed disguised numerals, the saucer unmarked and with a simple blue band below the rim
Diameters: 15.5cm and 13.5cm

 100-200

231
A DR WALL WORCESTER BLUE AND WHITE 'GILLYFLOWER' BASKET
Circa: 1770
The basket with a pierced guilloche border with applied florets, rope twist handles with floral and leafy mounts, and decorated with a central gillyflower, sprigs, a butterfly and a beetle; crescent mark underside
Height: 5.5cm Diameter: 17.5cm

 200-400

232
A DR WALL WORCESTER BLUE AND WHITE 'PINE CONE' SOUP BOWL
Circa: 1770
The bowl with a flat lobed rim, decorated with sprays of flowers to the border and centred with a cluster of flowers and cones; crescent mark underside
Height: 4.5cm Diameter: 24cm

 100-200

233
THREE DR WALL WORCESTER BLUE AND WHITE SAUCERS
Circa: 1760-1775
In 'Mansfield', 'Fruit and Wreath' and 'Prunus Root' patterns, the latter as found and repaired, all with blue crescent marks underside
Diameter: 12.5cm

 50-100

234
A GROUP OF FOUR WORCESTER FIRST PERIOD, BARR FLIGHT & BARR, AND VICTORIAN 'ROYAL LILY' PATTERN WARES
Variously dated from circa: 1775, 1792-1804, 1852-62
Comprising an early pot, a conical coffee can and saucer, and an armorial Victorian plate retailed through F. Abrahams & Son, Canterbury England;
blue crescent mark, incised B, one unmarked, impressed Victorian mark
Height: 8.5cm (pot) Diameter: 22cm (plate)

 50-100

235
A SAMSON OF PARIS TEA CADDY SHAPED PERFUME BOTTLE
19th century
The rectangular body with a small neck, decorated in the early Worcester style with gilt enriched Rococo reserves of fancy birds upon a blue scale ground, with mock Worcester bordered fret mark underside
Height: 11cm

 50-80

236
A POLYCHROME TEA BOWL AND SAUCER IN THE MANNER OF NEW HALL
Late 18th century
With a moulded spiral flute decor and centred with a basket of flowers, surrounded by sprigs and delicate band and dotted wavy borders; unmarked
Height: 5.5cm (tea bowl) Diameter: 13.5cm (saucer)

 150-300

237
A BAT PRINTED SUCRIER IN THE MANNER OF NEW HALL
Circa: 1800-1810
The oval sucrier with high set handles, having a pointed dome lid and finial, printed in black with vignettes and sprigs of summer fruits, a gold foliate border to the collar and handles; unmarked
Height: 12.5cm Length: 18.5cm Width: 11cm

 50-100

238
TWO IMARI VASES, SPODE AND BLOOR DERBY
Circa: 1807 (Spode) pattern 967, and 1820 (Bloor Derby)
A flaring Spode pedestal vase decorated in a bold fence and plantain leaf pattern with a brocaded rim, and a small ovoid amphora vase with petite upright loop handles; red printed Spode mark and Bloor Derby thumbprint mark
Heights: 16.5cm and 10cm

 50-100

239
TWO BLEU CELESTE BORDERED PLATES IN THE SEVRES STYLE
Early 20th century
Both with three gilt decorated floral reserves to the bleu celeste borders, one centred with a romantic scene, the other with a pair of cupids and musical trophies, bearing blue painted crossed sword marks underside
Diameters: 22cm and 23cm

 100-200

240
A POLYCHROME TEA BOWL AND A SAUCER IN THE MANNER OF NEW HALL
Circa: 1790-1800
The tea bowl with two shaped reserves of flowers and festoons to the interior rim, the saucer with sprigs and a border of trailing flowers in puce, iron red and cornflower blue; both unmarked
Height: 5.5cm (tea bowl) Diameter: 13cm (saucer)

 80-150

241
A POLYCHROME TEA BOWL AND SAUCER IN THE MANNER OF NEW HALL
Late 18th century
Sprigged with enamel flowers and larger posies, with magenta and green borders and a feathered band; unmarked
Height: 5cm (tea bowl) Diameter: 13cm (saucer)

 150-300

242
A NEW HALL POLYCHROME TEA BOWL AND SAUCER
Circa: 1790-1800, probably pattern 241
Delicately sprigged to with puce, purple and iron red flowers, a small posy to the centre of the saucer, both with floral vine and wavy borders, unmarked
Height: 5.5cm (tea bowl) Diameter: 13.5cm (saucer)

 100-200

243
A BARR FLIGHT BARR WORCESTER NAMED VIEW PLATE
1804-1813 period, Lord Henry Thynne pattern
A fluted and lobe edged plate with a dentil and chain border in gilt and cobalt, polychrome fruits and birds in flight to the cavetto and centred with a roundel of 'A view near Maidstone Kent'; impressed mark underside
Diameter: 22cm

 100-200

244
A SPODE COPELAND'S APPLE GREEN BORDERED DESSERT PLATE
1928, pattern number Y 804
A scenic transferware dish, with artist's name to image, W. Eccles, with wide gilt decorated scroll, diaper and foliate borders upon the green ground; green backstamp underside, painted pattern number
Length: 21cm Width: 21cm

 100-200

245
A CHAMBERLAIN & CO WORCESTER DESSERT TRAY
Circa: 1840-45 period
The gadrooned rectangular tray with pierced foliate handles, centred with a finely painted puce chrysanthemum spray, wide apricot borders with four gilt edged floral cartouches, gilt scrolls and arabesques; puce printed mark underside
Length: 25cm Width: 30.5cm

 100-200

246
A PAIR OF CAUGHLEY SAUCERS IN 'FRENCH SPRIG' PATTERN
1785-1792 period, probably decorated by Chamberlain's Worcester factory
Fluted saucer bowls with scalloped edges, sprigged with cornflowers to the body, and with a trailing border between gilt bands to the rim, in fresh blue, mauve and aqua colours; unmarked
Diameter: 13.5cm

 150-250

247
A DERBY IMARI PLATE
1782-1800 period
Decorated in a typical palette with peony and prunus to the dish, with lavish cell patterned and vegetal borders; puce mark underside
Diameter: 24.5cm

 100-200

248
A VICTORIAN ASHWORTH OLD JAPAN PATTERN IRONSTONE PLATE
Circa: 1875, pattern 3194
Decorated throughout with flowers, vases, and stepped motifs in a typical imari palette with puce enrichments, backstamps underside, impressed mark and painted pattern
Diameter: 24cm

 50-100

249
A PAIR OF VICTORIAN COALPORT LANDSCAPE VIEW CABINET PLATES
Circa: 1881-1891 period
The pair decorated with gold lattice on cobalt borders and centred with scenes of romantic ruins in mountain and lakeside settings; green backstamps underside
Diameter: 22.5cm

 200-400

250
A PAIR OF RETICULATED DESSERT PLATES
Circa: 1830, pattern 53
With mid green reticulated and moulded borders with deep cream and gilt enrichments, centred with loose floral arrangements of spring blooms; pattern number underside
Diameter: 22.5cm

 100-150

251
A PAIR OF DERBY SOFT PASTE PORCELAIN FIGURES, 'THE PRUDENT MOTHER' AND 'MADONNA AND CHILD'
Circa: 1775, pattern numbers 137 and 138
Both figures in white robes with gilt enrichments and seated upon teal coloured chairs, raised on waisted Neoclassical bases; incised marks underside and each with four patch marks to bases
Height: 20cm

 200-400

252
A PAIR OF DR WALL WORCESTER BLUE AND WHITE 'THREE FLOWER' PATTERN BOWLS
Circa: 1770
Decorated in the round with a variant of 'Three Flower' pattern incorporating pomegranates and a butterfly, with concentric blue bands to the interior rim; crescent mark underside to both
Height: 6cm Diameter: 12cm

 200-400

253
A DR WALL WORCESTER CLOBBERED 'WAITING CHINAMAN' TEAPOT AND A MATCHING SAUCER
1762-1775 period
The globular teapot, lid absent and as found, and a tea bowl saucer, both decorated in underglaze blue colours and over decorated in iron red and apple green colours; both with Wigornia 'W' mark underside
Height: 10.5cm

 100-200

254
A DR WALL WORCESTER TEAPOT IN 'FENCE' PATTERN
Circa: 1770
The globular teapot with a moulded loop handle and a low domed cover with an applied flower and leaf finial; crescent mark underside and with original label from the Scott Museum Collection
Height: 13.5cm

 200-400

255
A DR WALL WORCESTER BLUE AND WHITE BUTTER TUB AND A CAUGHLEY MASK HEAD JUG
Circa: 1770 and 1800
The butter tub with domed cover in 'three flowers' pattern with twin lug handles and a flower and leaf finial, crescent mark underside and various labels; and a Caughley baluster leaf moulded jug in 'Fisherman and Cormorant' pattern, repairs
Height: 15.5cm (jug)

 150-300

256
THREE BLUE AND WHITE TEA WARES: A WORCESTER/LOWESTOFT TEAPOT, WORCESTER TEA BOWL AND SAUCER IN 'THREE FLOWERS' PATTERN
Circa: 1760-80
The globular teapot with a moulded 'C' handle, lid absent; the saucer and tea bowl with concentric blue bands to the rim; crescent mark to two items, the tea bowl with disguised numeral mark
Height: 11cm

 100-200

257
A DR WALL WORCESTER BLUE AND WHITE 'FENCE' PATTERN SPARROW BEAK JUG
Circa: 1770
The jug of typical form with continuous decoration and a slender loop handle; a blue crescent mark underside
Height: 11cm

 100-200

258
A DR WALL WORCESTER BLUE AND WHITE SPARROW BEAK JUG IN 'THREE FLOWERS' PATTERN
Circa: 1770
The small jug of typical baluster shape with a loop handle and concentric blue lines to the rim; blue crescent mark underside
Height: 10cm

 100-150

259
A DR WALL WORCESTER BLUE AND WHITE 'PINE CONE' STRAWBERRY BOWL AND A SIMILAR STAND
Circa: 1760-80
The pierced bowl with a barbed rim and a lobed stand, both with sprays of flowers to the borders and centred with a cluster of flowers and cones; cross hatched crescent marks underside to both
Diameters: 24.5cm and 19.5cm

 300-600

260
A DR WALL WORCESTER BLUE AND WHITE 'PINE CONE' DISH
Circa: 1760-80
A lobed and fluted dish, decorated with a cluster of flowers and cones to the centre, the border with floral sprays and a single blue line, with a blue crescent mark underside
Diameter: 20cm

 200-400

261
A DR WALL WORCESTER BLUE AND WHITE 'CHRYSANTHEMUM' PATTERN MOULDED JUNKET DISH
Circa: 1765
Finely moulded with intricate flowers and trailing foliage in low relief, centred with a single chrysanthemum bloom, with lambrequin borders; crescent mark underside
Height: 4cm Diameter: 18cm

 100-200

262
A DR WALL WORCESTER BLUE AND WHITE 'VINE' PATTERN PICKLE LEAF DISH WITH STAPLE REPAIR
Circa: 1758-1770
Finely modelled as a veined leaf, with a fringed flow blue border, sprigged with flowers and grapes and tendrils to the centre, with a two staple repair; an open crescent mark underside
Length: 9cm Width: 8.5cm

 50-100

263
A CAUGHLEY BLUE AND WHITE 'FISHERMAN AND CORMORANT' PATTERN PICKLE LEAF DISH
Circa: 1800
Finely modelled as a veined leaf, with a diaper and cell border to the serrated edge; unmarked
Length: 9.5cm Width: 9.5cm

 150-300

264
THREE MATCHING NEW HALL POLYCHROME TEA WARES: A TEA BOWL AND SAUCER, A SMALL MOULDED CREAMER
Circa: 1790, probably pattern 338, two items marked No. 12
Each centred with a segmented wheel motif in puce, purple, blue and red colours surrounded by a wreath, with sprigs united by a dotted purple wavy line and purple borders to the rim; saucer and tea bowl marked
Height: 5.5cm (tea bowl) Diameter: 13.5cm (saucer)

 100-200

265
A PORCELAIN BOWL IN THE DAVENPORT STYLE
Early 19th century
The ogee profile bowl with a scalloped and chain moulded rim, decorated in coffee and gilt colours with acanthus pendants and swags to the interior, gilt scrolls and foliate motifs to the exterior, raised on a low waisted foot, unmarked
Height: 9cm Diameter: 19.5cm

 50-100

266
A WORCESTER BLUE SCALE DISH
Circa: 1765-70
The dish with three principal reserves and trios of smaller reserves of Rococo design with gilt enrichments, enclosing posies and sprigs of bright enamel blooms, a rosebud to the central roundel; open crescent mark underside and label for Weiss Collection
Diameter: 18.5cm

 200-400

267
A DRESDEN PORCELAIN PLANTER
Later 19th century
A spiral and Rococo moulded planter with gilt enrichments to the relief decoration and painted in enamel colours with five loose posies of coloured flowers, with cross mark, decorator's mark H, and gilded rose motif underside
Height: 11cm Diameter: 12cm

 50-100

268
A DR WALL WORCESTER BLUE SCALE DISH
Circa: 1770
Decorated with three large Rococo reserves and small cloud and vase reserves each with kakiemon style iron red chrysanthemums, upon a deep scale blue ground; bordered fret mark underside
Diameter: 22.5cm

 200-400

269
TWO CUPS AND MATCHING SAUCERS ATTRIBUTED TO JOHN ROSE COALPORT
Circa 1812-1815 period
The bell shaped cups with pointed handles, finely decorated with floral reserves to richly gilded borders with scrolls, vegetal forms and diaper patterns, unmarked; shape illustrated in G. Godden, 'Coalport & Coalbrookdale Porcelains', plate 74
Heights: 6.5cm and 5.5cm (cups) Diameter: 14.5cm (saucer)

 50-100

270
A DERBY NAMED VIEW SLOP BOWL
1800-1825 period
'View in Scotland' and 'Near Verona Italy', romantic landscape scenes to oval cartouches with gilt embellishments and bands to the rims; red mark underside and titles
Height: 7.5cm Diameter: 16cm

 100-200

271
A NANTGARW SAUCER
Circa: 1818-20
Probably decorated in London at the Sims studio, and finely painted with a dentil rim enclosing a matt stippled teal border decorated with trailing gilt paste leaves and brightly coloured posies, to the centre a bouquet of roses, lilac and dahlia; unmarked
Diameter: 14cm

 50-80

272
TWO ROYAL CROWN DERBY IMARI CUPS AND SAUCERS
1887 and 1900, patterns 2451 and 2824
A straight sided can with saucer in rich Japan imari, and a lobed cup and saucer in a reserved kakiemon pattern; iron red backstamps and date cyphers underside
Height: 6cm (cup) Diameter: 13cm (saucer) and other smaller

 50-100

273
A PAIR OF DRESDEN PLATES
Circa: 1900
A pair of cream ground plates with floral and fruit decorated borders, gilded wreaths, bands and Rococo scrolls, the rim in ultramarine blue with gilt caillouté decoration; marked with a gilded rose, WK Dresden, Made in Saxony underside
Diameter: 19.5cm

 50-100

274
A COPELAND SPODE CABBAGE ROSE CUP AND SAUCER
Circa: late 1870s, pattern 1134 to saucer
The saucer with full blown pink roses and gilt enrichments, the cup complementary but unmarked; green Copelands China mark, impressed marks, pattern number
Height: 6cm Diameter: 14.5cm

 50-80

275
TWO BARR FLIGHT BARR WORCESTER TEA CUPS AND SAUCER DUOS
1808-1813 period, decoration attributed to William Billingsley
Two generous bute tea cups and saucer bowls decorated with full blown pink roses and gilt seaweed, the saucers centred with a wheel motif, cups repaired; script and impressed marks underside to cups
Height: 6cm (cup) Diameter: 16.5cm (saucer)

 50-100

276
A CHAMBERLAIN'S WORCESTER PLATE
Circa: 1790, pattern 385
A fluted plate with an undulating gilt leafy border on a wet cobalt band, centred with a floral spray, painted marks with pattern underside
Diameter: 21.5cm

 50-100

277
A FINE PLATE IN THE MANNER OF SWANSEA
Circa: 1820
Decorated with a neat border of pink cabbage roses, fresh apple green foliage and coloured sprigs, with a trio of plain gilt cartouches and twin gilt bands, unmarked
Diameter: 26.5cm

 100-150

278
A COALPORT TRIO
Circa: 1810-15
The 'Class E' tea ware shaped trio, profusely decorated with flora and gilded scrolls enclosed by gilt patterned cobalt borders; unmarked
Heights: 6and 6.5cm (cups) Diameter: 14cm

 50-100

279
A FLORAL TEA CUP AND SAUCER IN THE MANNER OF CHAMBERLAIN'S WORCESTER
Circa: 1810-1815
Of London shape with a bracket handle and spur, decorated with three floral reserves and floral roundels upon a cobalt and gilt decorated ground, unmarked
Height: 6cm (cup) Diameter: 14.5cm (saucer)

 50-100

280
A MOULDED BONE CHINA PLATE AND ONE OTHER BY H & R DANIEL
Later 1820s-30s
A plate with applied vine leaf and paterae motifs in lilac, with gilt enrichments and centred with a spray of flowers; and an English shape saucer, with gilt patterned borders and sprays of pink roses and other flowers; both unmarked
Diameters: 22cm and 15cm

 60-120

281
A CABINET PLATE WITH A LANDSCAPE VIEW IN THE MANNER OF COALPORT
Circa: 1805-10
The lobed plate with a refined and delicate Neoclassical border, centred with a view of a stately house; unmarked
Diameter: 21.5cm

 100-200

282
A WORCESTER FLIGHT BARR & BARR NAMED VIEW PLATE
1792-1807
With a scalloped and gilt gadrooned edge enclosing a deep maroon border, and centred with a view of 'Drumtochty Kincardineshire' Scotland; impressed FBB, maroon backstamp and title underside
Diameter: 22cm

 100-300

283
A DERBY COFFEE CAN AND SAUCER
Circa: 1770-1782 period, pattern 55
The fluted can and saucer with dentil bordered rims, and gilt bands of circle patterns and trailing vines; painted puce mark underside to both
Height: 7cm (cup) Diameter: 13.5cm (saucer)

 100-150

284
A SQUARE DESSERT BOWL IN THE MANNER OF COALPORT
Circa: 1810, in the manner of Anstice, Horton & Rose Coalport or John Rose
The lobed plate delicately embossed with Rococo scrolls and long floral sprays to the border and dish, four floral posies in colours to moulded cartouches and centred with tulip posy; unmarked, embossed design illustrated in, G. Godden, 'Coalport & Coalbrookdale Porcelains', plate 60
Length: 22.5cm Width: 22cm

 50-100

285
A JOHN ROSE COALPORT FLORAL CUP AND SAUCER
Circa: 1810 period, pattern 500
The 'E' class shape cup and saucer, with floral decoration between undulating and feathered gilt borders, pattern number in iron red and a probable decorator's mark only
Height: 6.5cm (cup) Diameter: 14cm (saucer)

 50-100

286
A FINE TRANSLUCENT EMBOSSED PLATE IN THE MANNER OF COALPORT
Circa: 1810, Anstice, Horton & Rose Coalport or John Rose
The lobed plate delicately embossed with Rococo scrolls and long floral sprays to the border and dish, four floral posies in colours to moulded cartouches and centred with another posy; unmarked, embossed design illustrated plate 60, G. Godden, 'Coalport & Coalbrookdale Porcelains'
Diameter: 22.5cm

 50-100

287
A MEISSEN BIRD AND INSECT PLATE
19th -20th century
The lattice and spiral moulded plate decorated with two birds to the centre and scattered with various moths and beetles; blue cross marks and impressed mark 36 underside
Diameter: 24cm

 50-100

288
A PAIR OF POLYCHROME SAUCER DISHES
Late 18th century
Both centred with a loose posy in puce, purple and iron red colours with three sprigs to the cavetto, gilt bands to the rim, unmarked
Diameter: 13.5cm

 50-80

289
A DR WALL WORCESTER INSECT DECORATED COFFEE CAN AND SAUCER
Later 18th century
The fluted can and saucer with gilt berry and leaf decorated cobalt borders, the bodies with gilt insects and sprigs, a wreath to the saucer; blue crescent mark underside to both
Height: 6.5cm (cup Diameter: 14cm (saucer)

 50-100

290
A MATCHING PAIR OF TOPOGRAPHICAL EMPIRE PEDESTAL VASES IN THE MANNER OF GRAINGER LEE & CO WORCESTER
Circa: 1815-20
With finely moulded dolphin handles and anthemion mounts and framed painted plaques of figures in an architectural landscape, the cobalt ground with gilt festoons, arabesques and a flower filled urn; both unmarked
Height: 30cm

 300-600

291
A WORCESTER BLUE SCALE DISH
Circa: 1765-70
The scallop edged dish with three gilt enriched Rococo reserves with enamel flowers and centred with a shaped roundel with a similar bouquet, upon a blue scale ground; bordered fret mark underside
Diameter: 19cm

 200-400

292
TWO TEA BOWLS IN THE MANNER OF WORCESTER AND CHAMBERLAIN'S WORCESTER
18th century
A finely lobed tea bowl with blue and gold borders and floral sprays, with unshaded crescent mark underside, and an ogee profile tea bowl with spiral flutes and arabesque borders, pattern 179
Heights: 5.5cm and 5cm

 60-120

293
A TEA BOWL AND COVERED SUCRIER IN THE STYLE OF CHAMBERLAIN'S WORCESTER OR EARLY FLIGHT AND BARR WORCESTER
Circa: 1795-1800
A Flight and Barr shape sucrier and a tea bowl both of shanked form with gilded cobalt borders, the tea bowl with pendant motifs to the interior and exterior, both unmarked
Height: 6cm (tea bowl)

 150-250

294
A CHAMBERLAIN'S WORCESTER TRIO
Circa: 1795-1800
Of shanked or fluted decor the saucer, tea bowl and coffee can with blue and puce floral borders with gilt enrichments between gold borders, unmarked
Heights: 5.5cm and 6.5cm Diameter: 14cm

 100-200

295
A CHAMBERLAIN'S WORCESTER COVERED SUCRIER
Circa: 1795-1800
Of shanked or fluted decor, the oval sucrier with a shaped domed lid and finial, with decorative integral ring handles to the ends, decorated with blue and puce floral borders with gilt enrichments between gold borders, unmarked
Height: 13.5cm Width: 13.5cm Depth: 10cm

 150-250

296
A FIRST PERIOD WORCESTER LOZENGE SHAPED FLORAL DISH
Circa: 1770
The lobed dish with gilt decorated Rococo reserves containing loose arrangements of flowers in a puce, purple and iron red palette upon a blue scale ground; bordered fret mark underside
Height: 5cm Length: 27cm Width: 18.5cm

 200-400

297
A FLIGHT BARR & BARR WORCESTER 'ROCK AND FENCE' IMARI TRIO
1813-40 period
Richly decorated in the imari palette with underglaze blue and enamel colours and touches of pink and apple green, with abundant foliage, ornamental garden architecture and birds, a gold and iron red reserved foliate border; impressed FBB marks underside to all
Height: 6cm and 5.5cm (cups) Diameter: 14cm (saucer)

 80-120

298
TWO ROYAL CROWN DERBY 'OLD IMARI' WARES: A PLATE AND A TRINKET BOX
1990-1991 pattern 1128
A small side plate and an oval box with a domed lid, back stamps and date cyphers underside and to lid
Diameter: 16cm (plate)

 50-80

299
A CAUGHLEY TEA BOWL AND SAUCER
Circa: 1783-1793 period
A finely lobed cup and matching fluted saucer in alternating cobalt and white stripes, with gold bands and husk motifs, unmarked; see same in the collection of the Victoria & Albert Museum, London
Height: 5.5cm (tea bowl) Diameter: 14.5cm (saucer)

 80-120

300
AN ENGLISH FACTORY CUP AND SAUCER IN THE STYLE OF DERBY
Late 18th century, unmarked
Of fluted design with a decorated strap handle with pointed terminal, decorated with cobalt borders and gilded fruiting vines and pendants
Height: 6cm (cup) Diameter: 14.5cm (saucer)

 50-80

301
A NEW HALL SHELL BORDER DESSERT PLATE
Circa: 1825-30, pattern 2934
With four shaped cobalt reserves decorated with gilt grapevines and scrolls and loose floral arrangements in bold colours with gilt enrichments upon a white ground; pattern number underside
Diameter: 23.5cm

 50-150

302
A DERBY FLUTED TRIO
1782-1800, pattern 127
Decorated with cobalt bands and pendant and dentil gilt borders, puce mark underside to all
Height: 6.5cm and 4.5cm (cups) Diameter: 14cm

 50-100

303
A PAIR OF CARL THIEME POTSCHAPPEL (DRESDEN) PORCELAIN FIGURES
Circa: 1900
A hunter and a huntress, both attired in bottle green frock coats and carrying muskets, he accompanied by a hound; underglaze blue marks underside
Height: 16.5cm

 100-300

304
A FIRST PERIOD WORCESTER SPARROW BEAK JUG WITH COVER AND A MATCHING CUP
Circa: 1770
Decorated to Rococo shaped gilded reserves with kakiemon pattern of chrysanthemums in an imari palette upon a blue scale ground; with bordered fret marks to both; the jug with label of 'Mr Hawkins Collection'; repair and small loss
Height: 14cm (jug) and smaller

 100-150

305
A HELENA WOLFSOHN SAUCER AND A DRESDEN EWER VASE AND
19th to early 20th century
A reserved saucer with courting figures and panels of aqua with flora, Augustus Rex mark underside; and a polychrome floral decorated ewer with a spiral moulded decor with gilt trims and a closed scroll handle; painted mark underside
Height: 15cm (jug)

 100-150

306
TWO FIGURES: A STREET SELLER, AND A STAFFORDSHIRE 'CERES'
18th to early 19th century
The cream glazed figure of a man selling wares from a basket, supported by a tree trunk and grassy support, with a red painted mark underside, as found; and a figure supported by a large cornucopia spilling fruits and holding a wheat sheaf, in blue, green and yellow glaze upon a circular base
Height: 12cm and smaller

 50-100

307
TWO PAIRS OF SMALL FIGURES, PROBABLY SAMSON AFTER CHELSEA
19th century
A pair of cupids, one with a goat, the other with a sheep, upon oval bases; and a pair of putti accompanied by small dogs, one figure with a cornucopia, the other with a flaming oil lamp; one item as found; gold anchor marks to all
Height: 11.5cm and smaller

 50-100

308
A PORCELAIN FIGURE OF A SHEPHERD IN THE MANNER OF DERBY
Circa: 1865, unmarked
A known Derby pattern, with a shepherd in floral breeches and an aqua and pink long jacket, holding a lamb and a posy, with floral bocage and upon a footed Rococo base, flat to the underside, unmarked and apparently hard paste
Height: 27.5cm

 200-400

309
A PAIR OF FLORAL PLATES IN THE MANNER OF COALPORT
Circa: 1815-20
With gilded Rococo reserves enclosing loose arrangements and sprigs of spring flowers in a bright palette, and centred with a floral roundel upon a wet scale cobalt ground; unmarked
Diameter: 24cm

 60-120

310
TWO NEOCLASSICAL BARR, FLIGHT & BARR WORCESTER CREAM BOATS
1804-1813 period
The oval boats of swollen form with high set handles and waisted necks, decorated with husk, gold band and frieze borders, one with an undulating band in gold, the other with gold and chocolate arabesques; impressed marks underside
Height: 11cm Width: 14cm

 100-200

311
A HILDITCH & SONS CHINOISERIE CUP AND SAUCER
1822-1830, Longton made
A transferware design overpainted in bright enamel colours depicting figures and bold vases of flowers in a garden setting, the footed cup with a shaped square handle; H&S mark underside; similar item of identical shape in the collection of the Victoria & Albert Museum, London
Height: 6cm (cup) Diameter: 14.5cm (saucer)

 50-100

312
A FINELY PAINTED FOOTED CABINET CUP IN THE MANNER OF NANTGARW
Circa: 1820
The everted cup with applied pearls to the lower border and raised on a trio of lion's paw feet, continuously decorated with a basket of flowers, and a still life of fruits and flowers in a landscape, gilded to the interior and with a gilded high scroll handle; unmarked
Height: 8cm

 50-100

313
A BLANC-DE-CHINE COFFEE CUP IN THE MANNER OF BOW
Circa: 1750
Decorated with a prunus design in relief copied from the oriental, and having a shaped bracket handle; unmarked, similar models also made by Chelsea
Height: 6cm

 100-200

314
A NEOCLASSICAL STYLE CUP IN THE MANNER OF PARIS PORCELAIN
19th century
The polychrome printed straight-sided cup with an everted gilt bordered rim and a high set scroll handle, decorated with an exotic scene of a lady and a monkey, unmarked
Height: 7.5cm

 100-150

315
A FLIGHT BARR & BARR CUP AND SAUCER
Circa: 1815-20
With lobed and gadrooned edges, with a distinctive high looping handle pinched with a concentric thread motif and decorated throughout with gilt seaweed; unmarked but see identical shape, G. Sandon, 'Flight and Barr Worcester Porcelain 1783 - 1840', plate 120
Height: 6.5cm (cup) Diameter: 15.5cm (saucer)

 50-100

316
A WEMYSS FRUIT PATTERN CUP AND SAUCER
Circa: 1875-1900, Kirkaldy Scotland made
Boldly and naively decorated with apples and bright green foliage, green lines to the rims; marked with cypher underside to both
Height: 7.5cm (cup) Diameter: 10cm (saucer)

 50-100

317
A COVERED COMPORT AND TWO MATCHING PLATES WITH SIX NAMED VIEWS
Circa: 1820s, unmarked
In rich magenta colours with gadrooned and barbed edges, reserved with finely painted scenes: 'River Wye', 'Winandermere Lake' (sic), 'Keswick Lake', 'Near Dalton', 'Folkstone Kent', Winandermere Lake Westmoreland (sic), the comport with gilded bracket handles and a summer berry finial
Height: 15cm Diameter: 14.5cm (comport)

 200-400

318
A MILES MASON CUP AND SAUCER
Circa: 1805
The cup in Hamilton flute shape with the characteristic ring handle, both decorated with apricot borders and gilt vegetal motifs between gold bands, a gilt spray to the centre of the saucer; unmarked
Height: 6.5cm (cup) Diameter: 14cm (saucer)

 50-100

319
A PAIR OF CABINET PLATES
Circa: 1830s
The gadroon edged plates with vegetal gilt borders, centred with polychrome bouquets enclosed by bead and dart borders in relief; unmarked
Diameter: 22.5cm

 100-150

320
A PAIR OF FACETED ELECTRIC BLUE AND FLORAL COVERED VASES BEARING SWANSEA MARKS
High shouldered hexagonal vases and covers with shaped reserves of loose floral arrangements in bright enamels against electric blue panels, with profuse gilt enrichments, the domed lids conforming; gilt Swansea marks in script
Height: 18.5cm

 100-200

321
A DERBY FLUTED TRIO
1782-1800, pattern 127
Decorated with cobalt bands and pendant and dentil gilt borders, puce mark underside to all
Height: 7cm (cups) Diameter: 14cm

 50-100

322
A SPODE IMARI SUGAR BASIN
Circa: 1883
The ogee profile bowl with an arabesque and floral frieze between reserved borders; green stamp mark of period underside and underglaze numeral 4
Height: 6.5cm Diameter: 10.5cm

 30-60

323
A SWANSEA GLAMORGAN POTTERY PEARLWARE MINIATURE CHINOISERIE CUP AND SAUCER
Early to mid 19th century
Depicting a man holding a hawk in iron red colours with touches of green, yellow and cobalt, in a fenced garden with puce lustre trims to the rim, unmarked
Height: 4.5cm (cup) Diameter: 15.5cm (saucer)

 50-100

324
A CHAMBERLAIN'S WORCESTER PLATE
1811-1820 period
A lobed plate with a central posy of bright enamel flowers, and three gilded reserves to the rim enclosing single blooms upon a wide border densely decorated with fine green fern fronds; green printed mark underside
Diameter: 23cm

 60-120

325
A SIGNED CROWN STAFFORDSHIRE SCENIC PLATE
Circa: 1910, signed to image by R. Mason
In the style of Worcester's Lord Henry Thynne pattern, a scenic roundel surrounded by aqua and gold borders, coloured birds and fruits to the cavetto, and a gilt rope twist border to the rim upon a mottled blue ground; backstamp underside and British Antique Dealers Association label
Diameter: 22cm

 50-100

326
A SET OF FOUR SIGNED ROYAL WORCESTER DESSERT PLATES
1909, pattern 2525 G all signed Johnson
Finely handpainted in the manner of eighteenth century blue scale Rococo dishes with fancy birds and insects, backstamps underside and retailer's mark of A.T. Wiley of Montreal; purchased C.V Jones Antiques Ballarat in 1989 for $395 each
Diameter: 23cm

 800-1000

327
A MODERN DUTCH DELFT CHARGER
20th century, with maker's mark for Zenith Delftware
With a lobed and barbed rim, decorated in indigo blue with a leafy border between concentric bands, a floral arrangement to the centre; with certificate of authenticity, and blue underglaze marks underside
Height: 5.5cm Diameter: 32.5cm

 50-100

328
TWO GOEBEL PORCELAIN BIRDS AND A HEREND PORCELAIN BOX
Later 20th century
A robin and one other, both upon naturalistic bases, and a quatrefoil shaped covered box in Rothschild Bird pattern with a yellow rose finial; Backstamps
Height: 12cm (birds)

 60-120

329
THREE ROYAL CROWN DERBY BIRD PAPERWEIGHTS
Later 20th century
The trio in the typical imari palette with gilt enrichments; with backstamps
Height: 6.5cm Width: 17cm and smaller

 80-120

330
THIRTY PIECES OF VICTORIAN 'ASIATIC PHEASANT' BLUE AND WHITE TRANSFERWARE
19th century, with 'Asiatic Pheasant' backstamp to some items with maker's marks for W & S (unidentified), Old Hall Earthenware Co, others unmarked
Comprising ten large dinner plates, two smaller, seven side plates, a low comport, eight platters of various sizes, a bowl and a covered tureen
Diameter: 28cm (large plate)

 50-100

331
FIVE ENGLISH PORCELAIN TEXTS BY GODDEN AND SANDERS, AND PERCY MACQOUID'S 'A HISTORY OF ENGLISH FURNITURE'
Four books by Geoffrey Godden: 'New Guide to English Porcelain', 'An Illustrated Encyclopaedia of British Pottery and Porcelain', 'British Porcelain: an illustrated guide', English Blue and White Porcelain, and; Henry Sandon's 'Flight and Barr Worcester Porcelain 1783-1840; various dates and publishers

 50-150

332
AN ARZBERG 'LARISSA' FIFTY EIGHT PIECE DINNER SERVICE
Later 20th century, marked Germany pattern 49
A setting for six, comprising: dinner, entree plates, five side plates, tea and coffee cups with associated saucers, soup coupes and saucers, a coffee pot (small chip to spout), salt and pepper, sugar bowl and creamer, the cups with a fluted design and bronze trims, the plates with similarly decorated edges; backstamps underside
Height: 24cm (coffee pot) Diameter: 26.5cm (dinner plate)

 200-300

332a
A FIFTY EIGHT PIECE COALPORT DINNER SERVICE
20th century, 'Countryware' pattern
The all white setting with moulded leaf patterns, comprising: eight dinner plates, eight entree plates, seven bread and butter plates, six tea cups and saucers, eight coffee cans and saucers, two milk jugs, a sugar basin, a butter dish, salt and pepper pair, and a sandwich tray; backstamps underside
Diameter: 27.5cm (dinner plate)

 100-200

333
A ROYAL WORCESTER 'TOBACCO LEAF' SUGAR BOWL AND CREAMER DUO
1962
In white with moulded and overlapping leaf motifs throughout, the bowl with twin leaf handles, the creamer similar; green backstamps underside to both
Heights: 9cm and 5cm

 30-40

334
THREE ROYAL DOULTON FIGURINES
Later 20th century
'Drummer Boy', HN 2679; Ninette', HN 2379; and 'My Love' HN 2339; green backstamps underside to all
Heights: 22.5cm and smaller

 50-100

335
A ZSOLNAY PORCELAIN FIGURAL GROUP: TWO MALLARD DUCKS
Later 20th century
In naturalistic colours and raised on a shaped oval base; blue five towers mark underside
Height: 17cm

 30-50

336
A RETICULATED GERMAN PORCELAIN DISH
20th century
The dish with a bouquet of pink and lemon roses to the centre upon a white ground, with lavishly moulded, pierced and gilt enriched wide rims, underglaze indistinct blue mark and painted numerals underside
Height: 8cm Diameter: 32.5cm

 50-100

337
A ROCOCO REVIVAL AMPHORA WITH COVER IN THE STYLE OF LIMOGES
Early 20th century
The amphora with two Fragonard inspired panels depicting Spring and Autumn within applied and lavishly gilded cartouches upon an inky blue ground, with extravagant leafy handles and gilt and apricot embellishments, the pierced cover with a putto finial, the decorative pedestal with foliate feet; unmarked

 500-1000

338
A ROYAL WORCESTER COMMEMORATIVE JUG AND A BELLEEK BOWL
1951 (jug) and 1955-65 period, (Belleek)
A Royal Worcester mask spout leaf moulded jug with black transfer decorations, a bicentenary commemorative item, with black backstamp; and a 'Neptune' bowl raised on coral and shell feet; with green stamp of the period
Height: 12.5cm

 50-100

339
A PAIR OF ROYAL DUX PORCELAIN FEMALE FIGURINES
1900-1918 period, patterns 2265 and 2247
A water carrier figure in green colours carrying two amphorae, and a maiden posing in a lemon dress with flowers in her hair, both in muted tones with shot gold enrichments; with applied pink triangular cartouches and impressed numerals underside
Heights: 23.5cm and 25cm

 100-200

340
TWO ROYAL DOULTON FIGURES
Mid 20th century
'The Jester', H.N 2016 designed by Charles Noke in 1949 and 'Fat Boy', without design number, a Charles Dickens character figure designed by Leslie Harradine; green backstamps underside of post 1932 period
Heights: 24cm and 10cm

 50-100

341
A SET OF EIGHT WEDGWOOD CABBAGE PLATES
20th century, post 1940 mark
The moulded leaf plates in a rich Prussian green majolica glaze; Wedgwood and Etruria & Barlaston backstamps underside
Diameter: 20cm

 100-200

342
A NINETEEN PIECE PART JOHNSON BROTHERS FLOW BLUE DINNER SERVICE
20th century
In 'Turin Blue' pattern, with borders of flowers to the rim, and comprising eight dinner plates, eight entree plates, a large oval platter and two smaller platters; backstamps underside
Height: 4cm Diameter: 25.5cm (bowl)

 50-100

343
A CONTINENTAL PORCELAIN COVERED TRINKET BOX
20th century
The moulded box of serpentine cushion profile with a domed lid, with a transferware Fragonard style Romantic couple to the lid and decorated throughout with floral posies and sprigs between apple green borders; bearing underglaze crossed hockey stick marks in the manner of Limbach
Height: 10.5cm Length: 16.5cm Width: 13cm

 100-150

344
A LIMOGES GILT DECORATED VASE
20th century
The ink blue baluster vase with a waisted neck, having a tooled border to the collar, gilded rims and decorated with a floral spray to the body; mark of Limoges France underside
Height: 27cm

 100-150

345
TWO DERBY SOFT PASTE FIGURES AND A PAIR OF VICTORIAN SPILL VASES
Circa: 1760s and 19th century
The seated pair decorated in pale colours, with sheep at their sides and before bocages, raised on Rococo pierced bases, one heavily restored; and a pair of Victorian vases with panels of flowers on vermicelli gilding, pearl borders to the rims and raised on mask and paw supports to shaped bases
Height: 14cm (vases)

 100-200

346
A CONTINENTAL PORCELAIN COVERED CANISTER WITH TOUCAN DECORATION
20th century, with unidentified red mark, mark F64
The canister well decorated with pairs of toucans amidst verdant foliage, the lower borders of the lid and base with an undulating enamel jewelled snakeskin pattern; red painted and printed pattern mark underside
Height: 18.5cm

 150-200

347
A LLADRO 'CLOWN WITH CONCERTINA'
1969-1993, design 1027
In a typical muted palette, a despondent seated figure with a concertina at his side; blue backstamp underside
Height: 46cm

 100-200

348
McCUBBIN, FREDERICK (1855-1917)
Still life: roses and books
Oil on canvas, signed F McCubbin lower left, and housed in an Art Nouveau frame
Height: 25.5cm Width: 27.5cm (image)

 10000-20000

349
THE ROYAL FAMILY OF GREAT BRITAIN 1897
A photographic reproduction of the Royal family with Queen Victoria centre front and all members identified below image, after an original painting, and published for the Diamond Jubilee Picture Company
Height: 21cm Width: 30.5cm

 100-200

350
OVENDEN, RICHARD (DICK) (1897-1972)
'Wind, rain and wave'
Oil on canvas board, signed Dick Ovenden lower right; housed in a giltwood frame
Height: 33.5cm Width: 39.5cm

 300-400

351
McCLINTOCK, ALEXANDER C. (1869-1922)
'Tree ferns Olinda'
Watercolour on paper, signed and dated A. McClintock '08 lower left
Height: 33.5cm Width: 27cm

 250-350

352
SMITH, HARRIS (ACTIVE 1980-90s)
'Summer afternoon Portsea'
Oil on canvas board, signed Harris Smith '90 lower right, title to label verso
Height: 39cm Width: 49cm

 100-200

353
COUPER, DAVID SPENCER (b. 1956)
Woman with parasol
Pastel on paper, signed D. Spencer Couper lower left
Height: 33cm Width: 41cm

 100-200

354
JACK, KENNETH WILLIAM DAVID (1924-2006)
Bald mountain landscape
Watercolour on paper, signed and dated Kenneth Jack 1967 lower right
Height: 45.5cm Width: 68cm

 1200-1800

355
WIGLEY, JAMES VENDELEUR (1917-1999)
'Man and Kangaroo'
Oil on composition board, signed lower right, housed in the original frame and with Australian Galleries label with title and artist verso
Height: 64.5cm Width: 54.5cm

 200-400

356
BRITISH AUSTRALIAN COLONIAL SCHOOL (19th CENTURY)
Portrait of a woman in a frilled bonnet
Oil on canvas, unsigned, and housed in a fine antique solid oak frame
Height: 66cm Width: 58cm

 300-500

357
EMMANUEL, CEDRIC RAYMOND (1906-1996)
'Old Dwellings Windsor'
Etching on paper, signed Cedric Emanuel, titled and editioned 12/50 below image
Height: 29.5cm Width: 44.5cm

 140-200

358
19TH CENTURY EUROPEAN SCHOOL
Portrait of a woman
Oil on an oak panel, signed indistinctly lower left, housed in an antique timber gilt frame
Height: 59cm Width: 48cm

 400-800

359
EARLY 19TH CENTURY BRITISH/AUSTRALIAN SCHOOL
Portrait of a Georgian gentleman
Oil on canvas, apparently unsigned
Height: 75cm Width: 60cm

 300-600

360
WESTLE, STEWART (b. 1952)
Open bushland
Acrylic on composition board, signed S. Westle lower left; with Hobson's Choice Gallery label verso
Height: 88cm Width: 71cm

 200-400

361
PICASSO, PABLO (1881-1973)
Portrait of a woman
Facsimile print authorised by the heirs of Pablo Picasso and Marigold Enterprises New York, NY, 1981; retailed through Spencer Scott Sandilands
Height: 80cm Width: 80cm

 400-800

362
STEWART, ROBIN (CONTEMPORARY AUSTRALIAN SCHOOL)
'Courier'
Oil on canvas, signed Robin Stewart lower right, title and date 2010 verso; accompanied by exhibition brochures from Eastgate Holst Gallery
Height: 91.5cm Width: 91.5cm

 200-400

363
SEABROOKE, ELLIOTT (1886-1950, BRITISH SCHOOL)
'Sous-Bois'
Oil on canvas, signed indistinctly lower right; title and artist's name verso, housed in a Jarman's frame with partial antique British framing label and annotations to stretcher; Seabrooke studied at the Slade School of Art from 1906-11; official war artist, Italian front; represented Tate Gallery, London
Height: 75cm Width: 62.5cm

 500-1000

364
OLSEN, JOHN HENRY (b. 1928)
'Spring Frogs I'
Digital print, signed and titled in image, signed and dated John Olsen '89, titled, and editioned 14/60 in pencil below image
Height: 63.5cm Width: 70.5cm

 500-1000

365
PULTARA, EVELYN (b. CIRCA: 1940)
'Bush Yam'
Acrylic on canvas, 2003, framed, with Certificate of Authenticity from Space View, Reference No A 1020
Height: 120cm Width: 72.5cm

 400-800

366
TURNER, DARYL (ACTIVE 1970s ONWARDS)
Surrealist landscape with giraffe and dragon
Oil on board, signed and dated D. Turner '74 lower right
Height: 123cm Width: 93cm

 300-600

367
ARTIST UNKNOWN (CONTEMPORARY)
Red abstract
Acrylic, unsigned
Height: 60cm Width: 40cm

 100-200

368
TURNER, DARYL (ACTIVE 1970s ONWARDS)
'Insects, after Dali'
Acrylic on composition board, signed and dated D. Turner '76 vertically lower right
Height: 57cm Width: 40.5cm

 200-400

369
MBITJANA, BETTY (b.1954)
'My Mother's Story'
Acrylic on canvas, framed, with Certificate of Authenticity, from Space View, Reference No: A1093
Height: 71.5cm Width: 41.5cm

 300-500

370
BOYD, ARTHUR MERRIC BLOOMFIELD (1920-1999)
Girl in the Bush
Coloured etching, signed Arthur Boyd and editioned 22/40 in pencil below image; provenance: sold at Lawsons Sydney, 16th September 1997 as Lot 101
Height: 29.5cm Width: 22.5cm

 150-250

371
McCANN, RICHARD MATTHEW (1889-1970)
'Goulburn Valley Cattle Country'
Oil on canvas board, signed R. McCann lower right; title and artist's name verso; housed in the original giltwood frame
Height: 28.5cm Width: 36.5cm

 200-400

372
HOWARTH, ALBANY E. (1872-1936)
'Ben Lawers'
Etching, title and signature in pencil below image; Ben Lawers overlooks Loch Tay, Scotland
Height: 19cm Width: 17.5cm

 50-100

373
COLE, DIANA (CONTEMPORARY AUSTRALIAN SCHOOL)
'McMahon's Point'
Acrylic on paper, signed Diana Cole lower right
Height: 20cm Width: 19.5cm

 50-100

374
THOMAS, EDMUND (1827-1867)
'Geelong - Corio Bay 1853'
Tinted lithograph on paper, with title below image, housed in a Robert R Stanesby frame, 'the cheap and practical picture frame maker', Yarra Street Geelong, label verso
Height: 15.5cm Width: 26cm

 300-500

375
McLEAN, RETA M. (WORKING 1930s)
Country track after rain
Watercolour on paper, signed Reta M McLean lower right
Height: 31.5cm Width: 37.5cm

 50-100

376
WOOD, DAISY (c. 1894-?)
'Yellow protea'
Watercolour signed Daisy Wood to image; title verso and original price of 16 guineas
Height: 37.5cm Width: 28cm

 100-200

377
WOOD, DAISY (c. 1894-?)
'Spencer's Pink Camellia'
Watercolour on paper, signed Daisy Wood lower right; title verso and original price of 16 guineas
Height: 34cm Width: 25cm

 50-100

378
McLEAN, RETA M. (WORKING 1930s)
'Smoke haze, Anzac Day 1963'
Watercolour on paper, signed Reta M McLean lower right, with title and owner label, and label of J Thallon, 24 Market Lane, Melbourne verso
Height: 39cm Width: 45.5cm

 50-100

379
HOLLINGWORTH (CONTEMPORARY AUSTRALIAN SCHOOL)
Portrait of a woman
Oil on canvas, signed and dated Hollingworth '81 lower right
Height: 51cm Width: 58cm

 30-50

380
FRIEND, DONALD STUART LESLIE (1915-1989)
'What looks like leaves turns out to be miriad insects, and the insects are all flowers, and Flowers are the Eyes of Lions...' (sic)
Lithograph, with lengthy prose title to upper image, signed in stone to lower image, signed and editioned 193/200 in brown ink lower right
Height: 62.5cm Width: 48cm

 200-400

381
CHAGALL, MARC (1887-1985)
Lovers with a bowl of fruit and vase of roses
Limited edition facsimile photolithograph, with facsimile signature Marc Chagall, and editioned 272/500 in pencil below image; with attached Certificate of Authenticity
Height: 53cm Width: 43cm

 200-400

382
CHAGALL, MARC (1887-1985)
'Carmen'
Limited edition facsimile giclée print, with facsimile signature and editioned 53/375 in pencil below image; with Certificate of Authenticity attached
Height: 49.5cm Width: 35.5cm

 200-400

383
MUTSAERS, GERARD (b.1947)
Rural scene
Oil on canvas board, signed Gerard Mutsaers lower left
Height: 44.5cm Width: 60.5cm

 200-300

384
REES, LES (1914-2001)
'Autumn at Porepunkah'
Oil on canvas board, signed Les Rees lower left, title verso
Height: 40cm Width: 71cm

 150-200

385
SIMPSON, JOHN (ACTIVE 1970s), AND OTHER BY E. JANSEN
'Old Farmhouse'
Oil on composition board, signed Simpson lower right, label with artist's name, title and dated '77 verso, and; a small oil painting of an Australian rural scene
Height: 52.5cm Width: 81.5cm and other smaller

 100-200

386
BUCKMASTER, ERNEST WILLIAM (1897-1968)
'Still life with grapes, silver and glass'
Oil on canvas, signed E. Buckmaster and dated 1936 lower right; provenance: sold as Lot 137 at a Leonard Joel Special Auction at 10 Whernside Avenue,Toorak, March 16 1987, and Joel's June 24 2012 as Lot 169
Height: 59cm Width: 84cm (painting only)

 2000-3000

387
A COLLECTION OF NINE ETCHINGS
20th century
Various European and English scenes of monuments and buildings including scenes of Heidelberg, Innsbruck, Rothenburg, Chenonceau, Fountainbleau Palace, Trinity College, York Minster, other
Height: 16cm Width: 11cm and smaller

 50-100

388
A MIXED GROUP OF FIVE ANTIQUE PRINTS OF GEELONG
19th century
Three S.T. Gill engravings published by Sands & Kenny in 1856; two hand coloured engravings of the Geelong Library and Malop Street
Height: 19cm Width: 24cm and smaller

 50-100

389
KULMA, RICHARD (b. 1950)
'Cascade of Flowers, Venice'
Acrylic on Arches board, signed R. Kulma lower right; with various labels and biographical information verso
Height: 16.5cm Width: 10cm

 50-100

390
AN ANTIQUE PRINT AFTER GIOVANNI BATTISTA CIPRIANI
1785, published by John & Josiah Boydell, Cheapside London
Two small pictures of sleeping cherubs, emulating the original in black and red colours
Height: 24cm Width: 21cm

 50-100

391
LAWSON, WEBSTER (1855-1941), AND OTHER, AUSTRALIAN SCHOOL
'Dargo 1915'
Watercolour on paper, signed and dated Webster Lawson 1915 in pencil lower right; and one other watercolour scene of figures in a bushland setting, artist unknown
Height: 13.5cm Width: 23.5cm

 100-200

392
BERGNER, VLADIMIR JOSIF (YOSL) (1920)
Woman in the window
Coloured lithograph, marked artist's proof in pencil below image, and other annotations in red ink
Height: 14.5cm Width: 9.5cm

 100-200

393
CARMICHAEL, RACHEL (b.1955), AND OTHER
'Out walking'
Acrylic and glitter on board, title and artist's name verso; purchased Gannon House Gallery Sydney; and a watercolour scene of 'Island of Hydra, Greece, 1990'
Height: 13.5cm Width: 15cm and smaller

 50-100

394
SPERRING, ROBERT J. (b.1929), TWO PAINTINGS PLUS A PAIR
Bush cabin, Bulla, watercolour on paper, Horse racing (pair), acrylic on composition board, and 'Green Island', acrylic on board, all paintings signed Sperring
Height: 35cm Width: 48.5cm and smaller

 200-300

395
LINDSAY, LIONEL 1874-1961
'Cottage Idyll'
Etching, signed Lionel Lindsay and titled in pencil below image, editioned 15/50
Height: 12.5cm Width: 8.5cm

 100-200

396
20th CENTURY GERMAN SCHOOL
'Oberammagau am Hauplatz'
Drypoint etching, title to plate, and probable artist's name and title in pencil below image
Height: 22cm Width: 15.5cm

 50-100

397
HAFIG, F? (EARLY 20th CENTURY SCHOOL)
Rialto Bridge Venice
Etching and aquatint, signed and titled in pencil below image
Height: 9.5cm Width: 14.5cm

 80-150

398
COFFIN, ERNEST (1868-1944)
'The Tower Bridge, London'
Reproduction etching, with signature and title to image
Height: 17.5cm Width: 15.5cm

 50-100

399
DORAN, L. (19th CENTURY BRITISH SCHOOL)
Egyptian temple and minaret
Watercolour on paper, signed L. Doran lower right; with annotation verso
Height: 30cm Width: 16cm

 50-100

400
GRAHAME, PETER (1836-1921)
'Houses of Parliament'
Etching, titled and signed in pencil below image
Height: 15cm Width: 20cm

 50-100

401
19th CENTURY BRITISH SCHOOL
'A Hopeless Case'
Etching, signed XA DR lower left to image, and with printed title under image
Height: 24cm Width: 18.5cm

 50-100

402
FILPICH, WERNER, (B. 1943)
Pair of inlet scenes, 'Seaforth' and other
Oils on board, signed Werner Filpich lower right to both and titled lower left, one indistinct, both well framed in contemporary shadow box frames
Height: 23cm Width: 12.5cm

 150-200

403
19th CENTURY BRITISH SCHOOL
'Surrey' and 'Woodbury'
Oils on board, unsigned
Height: 6.5cm Width: 18.5cm

 100-200

404
IRVINE, GREGORY JOHN (GREG) (b.1947)
'St Kilda Pier'
A limited edition facsimile print, signed, titled and editioned I 198/200 in pencil below image
Height: 49cm Width: 49cm

 100-200

405
BIDA, ALEXANDRE (1813-1895) AND LEROUX, EUGÈNE (1833-1905)
'Recrues Arabes (Egypte)'
Lithograph
Height: 45.5cm Width: 59.5cm

 250-350

406
A PERSIAN TURKMAN STYLE CARPET
A geometric carpet with allover alternate lines of herati and gul motifs in red, tan and black colours upon a cream field, with multiple patterned borders
Length: 276cm Width: 187cm

 200-300

407
A PERSIAN TILE PATTERNED CARPET
Comprising fifteen tiles with geometric medallions, herati and flower motifs in blue and red colours upon a ruby field, with multiple narrow borders, the main with dentil style floral and herati designs
Length: 296cm Width: 200cm

 300-600

408
A PERSIAN RUG
With two large herati style medallions and multiple tree of life motifs in dark blue and red colours upon a ruby field and surrounded by multiple borders
Length: 203cm Width: 123cm

 100-200

409
A PERSIAN CARPET
With a central red and two navy medallions surrounded by eight satellites upon a green field scattered with trailing floral motifs, birds and deer, with multiple patterned borders
Length: 311cm Width: 214cm

 400-600

410
A PERSIAN TURKMAN STYLE CARPET
With an allover design of alternate lines of herati and gul motifs in red, white and black colours upon a light tan field, with multiple geometric borders, the main with repeat hooked diamonds
Length: 283cm Width: 189cm

 200-300

411
A PERSIAN RUG
With an allover design of large and small herati in an iron red, tan and black palette upon a deep apricot ground and enclosed by multiple patterned borders
Length: 291cm Width: 205cm

 200-400

412
A PERSIAN KASHAN STYLE RUG
With a white, sky blue and navy floral medallion and a profusion of peony flowers and tendrils upon a red field, with navy and cream spandrels and multiple floral borders
Length: 338cm Width: 247cm

 1000-1500

413
A LARGE PERSIAN KASHAN STYLE RUG
With a central medallion and a profusion of flowers in blue, tan, red and cream colours upon a bright red field, with decorated spandrels and multiple floral borders
Length: 403cm Width: 304cm

 1500-2500

414
A FINELY WOVEN SIGNED PERSIAN KORK WOOL CARPET
With a central medallion featuring wild cats and flowers upon a profusely decorated near black field populated with running deer, birds, flowers and tendrils in teal, maroon and muted tones, the spandrels with vase decorations, the main border with repeat floral motifs
Length: 219cm Width: 140cm

 500-1000

415
A TABRIZ STYLE RUG
The rug with a circular medallion, flowers and arabesques in red and mushroom hues on a cream field of near circular design, with spandrels and multiple borders, the main border with floral motifs on cream

Length: 360cm Width: 262cm

 800-1200

416
A GEORGIAN FLAME MAHOGANY WALL MIRROR
Early 19th century
The frame of generous ogee profile with a boxed outer section and a cross grained slip, with the original silvered glass
Height: 77cm Width: 54.5cm

 50-100

417
AN ANTIQUE OVAL GILTWOOD WALL MIRROR WITH A PORCELAIN PLAQUE
19th century
The mirror with a moulded frame and applied floral motifs to the crest centred with an oval blue jasperware plaque in the Wedgwood style depicting white slip Classical figures on a swing
Length: 81cm Width: 41.5cm

 30-50

418
A GEORGIAN REVIVAL FRET MAHOGANY MIRROR
Circa: 1930s
The rectangular mirror with a simple cross grained slip, stringing and lavish foliate frets to the crest and base, both inlaid with shell motifs in the Sheraton manner
Length: 91cm Width: 54.5cm

 50-100

419
A GEORGE III FRET MAHOGANY WALL MIRROR
Late 18th century
The rectangular mirror with later antique glass, a simple cross grained slip and channel grooved frame with foliate frets to the crest and base
Height: 86cm Width: 50cm

 200-400

420
AN ART DECO 'DINANDERIE' METALWARE UPLIGHT BY H. DUCOBU
Circa: 1930s, marked H. Ducobu to body
A pedestal trumpet vase in lightly speckled gold upon black colours, with concentric ring decoration and a spray of roses and foliage, raised on a marble style base
Height: 25.5cm

 250-350

421
A PAIR OF MODERN CLEAR GLASS TABLE LAMPS WITH SHADES
Solid plain glass tapering columns raised upon canted and faceted bases, with pleated cream conical shades
Height: 66.5cm

 100-200

422
A PAIR OF MODERN CLEAR ACRYLIC 'ICE CUBE' TABLE LAMPS
Irregular ice cube columns upon circular chrome bases, with cream conical shades in a linen weave
Height: 71cm

 100-200

423
A MODERN GLASS AND CHROME TABLE LAMP
A clear glass bi-disk lamp base edged in chrome to a rectangular chrome base, with an ecru rectangular shade
Height: 59cm

 50-100

424
A FINE SIGNED ROYAL WORCESTER ROSES LAMP
1909, with signature of William Jarman to image
A large ovoid vase with moulded leaf and rope borders to the collar and floral reserves to the base in gold and olive shot colours, beautifully painted to the body with full blown pink roses and foliage; fitted as an electric lamp (not drilled); puce backstamp underside and numerals 2048
Height: 30cm

 500-1000

425
A BRASS TABLE LAMP
A fluted column lamp with a cast decorative capital and stiff leaf motifs, with a cream pleated shade
Height: 71cm

 50-80

426
AN ART DECO PIERROT AND COLUMBINE LAMP
Circa: 1920s-30s
The bronzed spelter 'cut out' style figures with low relief decoration, depicting Pierrot playing his guitar and Columbine with her fan, both before crescent moons, a globe lamp shade to the centre and upon a striated marble base
Height: 16.5cm Width: 27cm Depth: 10.5cm

 200-300

427
A FINE CRYSTAL TABLE LAMP
Having a mushroom shaped shade, an elegant waisted facet cut baluster stem to a spreading base, well decorated with star cuts, snowflakes, diamond point reserves and flute and lens cut borders
Height: 55cm

 50-100

428
A PAIR OF ORMOLU LAMP BASES WITH CREAM SILK SHADES
Later 19th century
Square section waisted baluster lamp bases cast and pierced with vegetal motifs and cherub masks, with slub weave waisted shades of conforming design; purchased at Moorabool Antiques Centre in 1985 for $370
Height: 55.5cm

 150-300

429
A VICTORIAN BRASS FLOOR LAMP WITH SHADE
19th century
A pole lamp with a cast embellishment to the mid point and raised on a gadrooned cup and a trio of acanthus embellished feet with whorl and bun ends; with an upturned frosted ribbed shade with an undulating rim
Height: 185cm

 100-200

430
A PERSIAN TILE PATTERNED RUNNER
A geometric runner with myriad small picture window tiles with mihrab and vase of flowers designs
Length: 360cm Width: 80cm

 300-500

431
A SMALL PERSIAN SILK RUG WITH TILE DESIGNS
A one sided six tile rug comprising mihrab window designs enclosing tree of life and floral motifs in a cream, aqua and autumnal palette with multiple narrow borders
Length: 168cm Width: 77cm

 50-100

432
AN ART DECO FIVE BRANCH COPPER AND FROSTED GLASS CHANDELIER
Circa: 1930s, signed Ezan
With a bold trumpet style stem decorated with applied glass birds and a moulded glass 'icicle' dish, a copper boss issuing arms supporting upturned conical shades with leaf motifs
Length: 65cm Diameter: 67cm

 2400-2800

433
A LOUIS XVI STYLE ORMOLU CHANDELIER
Circa: 1890
With a cast stem fabricated as knotted fabric strung with spiralling ribbon and issuing six upturned foliate arms with electric candles
Length: 98cm Diameter: 36cm

 1200-1800

434
A BELLE EPOQUE ORMOLU EMPIRE STYLE CHANDELIER
Circa: 1890
With a floriform ceiling cap and four long cast 'fabric' arms to a rose embellished boss and etched dish, eight upturned arms supporting frosted acorn style shades with etched designs
Length: 100cm Diameter: 82cm

 3800-4500

435
AN ART DECO COPPER AND FROSTED GLASS CHANDELIER
Circa: 1930s, signed Ezan
With a triple trumpet stem with rings and icicle motifs and five branches supporting upward low conical shades with dripping ice motifs
Length: 83cm Diameter: 84cm

 1400-1800

436
A SILVERED BRONZE THREE BRANCH CHANDELIER
Circa: 1930s, by Muller Freres Luneville, signed
With three delicate scrolling arms and a cast and pierced pointed trefoil frame with pendant supporting three downward spherical frosted shades with etched designs
Length: 70cm

 1000-1400

437
A FRENCH FIVE LIGHT CHANDELIER WITH CAST BIRD DECORATION
Circa: 1940s
In nickel plated bronze with four cranes feeding, four straight arms with cast looping details supporting shaped drop glass shades with stylised flower motifs and dotted designs to the upper sections
Length: 78cm Diameter: 68cm

 1500-2500

438
AN ORMOLU BELLE EPOQUE CHANDELIER
Later 19th century
Suspended from a spiral stem and finely cast with a lavish Rococo waisted cage, four curvaceous floral arms issuing pairs of stems with frosted floral shades, the lower section with a pierced boss supporting a cut and frosted bowl
Length: 137cm Diameter: 103cm

 3500-5000

439
AN ART DECO GILDED BRONZE SIX ARM CHANDELIER
Circa: 1920s-30s
Richly embossed with flora throughout, a tapering stem to a bowl issuing shaped arms supporting downturned frosted glass conical shades
Height: 72cm Diameter: 64cm

 1800-2200

440
AN ART DECO WROUGHT IRON AND FROSTED GLASS CHANDELIER
Circa: 1930s
A hand hammered wrought iron chandelier with a triple ribbed stem to a crimped boss supporting a frosted bowl with tiered rings and a snail shell motif, issuing three scrolling strapwork arms with downturned hexagonal bell shaped shades and three groups of coin like pendants
Length: 85cm Diameter: 55cm

 1000-1500

441
A LOUIS XV STYLE GILTWOOD BUTTON BACK CANAPÉ
With a channel grooved show showframe with trefid crest with applied floral decoration, scroll end padded arms, and a bow front seat with squab, having a shaped apron and raised on cabriole legs with carved details; upholstered in taupe velvet
Height: 101cm Width: 127cm Depth: 77cm

 100-300

442
A FINE MAHOGANY GEORGIAN CELLARETTE
Circa: 1815
Of waisted sarcophagus shape with cockbeaded decoration to each face, canted edges and raised on monumental and curvaceous lion's paw feet
Height: 46cm Width: 80cm Width: 50cm

 400-800

443
A SMALL GEORGIAN REVIVAL MAHOGANY TEA TABLE
Late 19th century
The rectangular table with a shallow apron, fluted corners with shaped spandrels, and raised on turned and spiral twist tapering legs with spade feet
Height: 73cm Length: 91cm Width: 47cm

 100-200

444
A GOOD FLAME MAHOGANY VICTORIAN CHIFFONIER
19th century
With an undulating cresting rail with carved and pierced acanthus leaf details, a long shelf with vegetal supports to a rectangular top with an ogee profile frieze drawer above panelled twin cupboards upon a plinth base
Height: 151cm Width: 131cm Depth: 50cm

 200-300

445
AN ANTIQUE OAK EXTENSION DINING TABLE
Later 19th century
In light honey tones, the three leaf table having a rectangular pedestal with square section pierced and carved splayed legs separating to accommodate a long stretcher
Height: 72cm Total extended length: 245cm Width: 121cm (table)

 500-1000

446
A LOUIS XVI STYLE GILTWOOD AND VELVET CANAPÉ
Early 20th century
The canapé with a bead and ribbon trimmed frame to an oval back with crest, relief carved side supports to a gently bowed stuffover seat, the seating rail with conforming carved trim and raised on fluted legs, with grey olive velvet upholstery with piping detail
Height: 104cm Width: 133cm Depth: 70cm

 100-300

447
AN ART DECO OAK DESK CHAIR
Circa: 1930s-40s
In the manner of Paul Follot, the honey toned oak chair with a black leather seat and nail trim, having a ribbed rectangular splat flanked by side supports, with slender ribbed supports with squashed knop finials seamlessly flowing to tapering legs
Height: 76cm Width: 60cm Depth: 50cm

 80-120

448
A TRANSITIONAL STYLE MARQUETRY TULIPWOOD BOOKCASE
Late 19th century
With a mottled marble top above two shaped glazed and floral inlaid doors, quarter veneer feather banded reserves to the sides, a shaped apron, short cabriole legs and gilt bronze mounts
Height: 159cm Width: 100cm Depth: 38cm

 400-700

449
A PAIR OF FRENCH MID-CENTURY VINYL COVERED ARM CHAIRS AND STOOLS
Circa: 1940s-50s
The tablet back buttoned chairs with deep padded seats, shaped timber arms and supports to short cabriole legs, the round stools with tapering slightly sabre legs, upholstered in block red and beige colours, one stool red, the other beige with contrasting sides
Height: 95cm Width: 62cm Depth: 65cm (chair)

 700-900

450
A SET OF SIX PINE AND RUSH SEAT COTTAGE CHAIRS
Early 20th century
The chairs with low arched cresting rails, turned spindles, and good quality solid rush seats, raised on turned legs with box stretchers
Height: 86cm Width: 42cm Depth: 46cm

 240-400

451
A MARQUETRY KINGWOOD LOUIS XVI STYLE BUREAU PLAT
Circa: 1870s
With a serpentine profile, the top with quarter veneer panelling, floral inlay and stringing, a shaped apron with conforming decoration and a long shallow drawer, raised on curvaceous legs with gilt bronze mounts and sabots
Height: 74cm Width: 130cm Depth: 66cm

 1500-2500

452
A LOUIS TRANSITIONAL XVI STYLE TULIPWOOD SECRÉTAIRE
Early 20th century
With a red and grey marble top, canted edges, and four drawers with bookend veneers and stringing, a mock drawer fall front opening to a fitted interior with two small drawers and an open compartment, raised on cabriole feet, embellished with Neo Classical ornaments, ring handles and sabots
Height: 131cm Width: 67cm Depth: 35cm

 900-1500

453
A VICTORIAN MAHOGANY EXTENSION TABLE WITH SIX CHAIRS
19th century
A bullnose edged table with a single leaf raised on baluster legs with centurion skirt detail, toupie feet and castors; the balloon back chairs with square drop in seats with tapestry upholstery and raised on turned legs, sabre to the rear
H: 75cm L: 120cm W: 120cm Extended table length: 177cm; Chair height: 86cm

 300-600

454
A FINE FRENCH OAK RENAISSANCE INSPIRED SIDEBOARD
19th century
With an extended cornice and a canopy style back with arcade and finial details, two stepped shelves with scroll supports and long ionic columns to an extended section with a pair of frieze drawers above fielded cupboards with cabochon and diamond point decorations, raised on a plinth base
Height: 230cm Width: 146cm Depth: 60cm

 1500-3000

455
AN ANTIQUE OAK COFFER
Early 19th century
A rustic item of pegged construction with a low domed lid, shaped fielded panels to the front, an iron lock and long iron hinges, the interior with a removable tray and a hinged box to one short end
Height: 55cm Length: 124cm Width: 70cm

 400-800

456
AN EDWARDIAN MAHOGANY INLAID BREAKFRONT DISPLAY CABINET
Early 20th century
In pale tones with a central bow shaped part glazed door flanked by side panels, delicately inlaid to the lower veneered panels, fitted with internal shelving and a cupboard, with shaped spandrels and tapering square legs with spade feet
Height: 175cm Width: 120cm Depth: 42cm

 300-500

457
A GEORGIAN BURR MAHOGANY BUREAU WITH FRUITWOOD TRIMS
Second half 18th century
The oak lined bureau with simple and contrasting fruitwood banding to the fallfront and drawers, the interior with an arrangement of shaped pigeon holes, a small cupboard and drawers, a pair of short drawers and two long drawers below, with bat wing brass backplates with swing handles, and a conforming escutcheon
Height: 97cm Width: 90cm Depth: 49cm

 200-400

458
A FINE VICTORIAN STRETCHER BASED WALNUT GAMES TABLE
19th century
The shaped rectangular top with boxwood stringing and inlaid marquetry motifs, opening to inlaid chess, cribbage and backgammon boards upon a figured walnut ground, a small drawer with key, and raised on turned and carved supports to hipped curvaceous trestle ends with relief carved details and porcelain castors
Height: 70cm Length: 82cm Width: 70cm

 400-500

459
A GEORGIAN MAHOGANY AND ROSEWOOD FOLDOVER GAMES TABLE
Early 19th century
The rectangular table with rounded corners having rosewood cross banding and boxwood stringing, raised on a carved wrythen pedestal to a ringed lower section and a concave rectangular base with splayed scroll legs, lion's paw feet and brass casters; the interior with baize lining
Height: 77cm Width: 91cm Depth: 45.5cm Extended width: 91cm

 400-800

460
A SMALL VICTORIAN CEDAR CHEST OF DRAWERS
19th century
The chest with bullnose edging having a pair of short drawers and two long drawers below, with turned timber pull handles and raised on toupie feet
Height: 90cm Width: 103cm Depth: 50cm

 200-300

461
AN EDWARDIAN BUTTON BACKED MAHOGANY LIBRARY CHAIR
Early 20th century
The square framed chair with an arching crest with winged creature and arabesque inlay, pierced and scrolling vegetal forms to the lower back, scrolled relief carved arms to a stuffover seat and raised on turned and fluted legs with porcelain casters; upholstered in an off white floral jacquard
Height: 89cm Width: 70cm Depth: 73cm

 150-300

462
A SMALL OAK BEDSIDE OR OCCASIONAL CABINET
Circa: 1940
Of plain form with three drawers and timber pull handles, an open compartment below to a plinth base, with slide
Height: 73cm Width: 46cm Depth: 29cm

 50-100

463
A FINE FRENCH PROVINCIAL RÉGENCE STYLE PINE DRESSER
19th century
With an arching and scrolled crest above a pair of glazed doors with scrolling and channel grooved borders opening to two shelves, the extended lower section with a pair of cupboards with conforming decoration, a shaped apron and short cabriole legs with whorl feet; from Miguel Mireille Antiques
Height: 239cm Width: 135cm Depth: 47cm

 400-800

464
A BRIGHTLY UPHOLSTERED QUEEN ANNE STYLE WING BACK CHAIR AND STOOL
The chair of typical form with an arched back, scrolled arms and a generous squab, raised on cabriole legs with an 'H' form stretcher, and a square stool with similar legs, both upholstered in striped velvet fabric in various tones of purple and magenta, with black and olive colours
Height: 117cm Width: 84cm Depth: 83cm (chair) Height: 46cm (ottoman)

 400-800

465
A SMALL BRONZED METALWARE FIGURAL STAND ON A MARBLE BASE
A square metal tray supported by an elongated Giacometti inspired stem and raised on a black marble square base
Height: 70cm Length: 32cm Width: 27cm

 50-100

466
AN EDWARDIAN THREE TIER WALNUT CORNER WHATNOT
Early 20th century
The shaped tiers with boxwood and ebony inlay, a fretwork gallery to the upper tier, turned and spiral twist supports and finials upon turned ball feet
Height: 110cm

 100-200

467
A SMALL WILLIAM IV CHINOISERIE PAPIER MÂCHÉ TABLE
Circa: 1830
The shaped rectangular table top upon a baluster stem with a small well and a triangular base with squashed bun feet, decorated with oriental figures, garden scenes and floral sprigs in gold and subdued colours upon a black lacquer ground
Height: 48cm Length: 35cm Width: 31cm

 100-200

468
A FINE FRENCH KINGWOOD AND ORMOLU MOUNTED BUREAU PLAT
19th century, with mounts signed EM for E.Mottheau (Maison Mottheau et fils)
The rectangular desk with a dark green tooled leather writing surface, three decorated frieze drawers to the shaped apron with foliate swing handles and well cast figural mounts, faux drawers to the reverse, the cabriole legs with mascarons and sabots, ormolu mounts and trims throughout
Height: 78cm Width: 168cm Depth: 86cm

 5000-8000

469
A SMALL GEORGIAN REVIVAL MAHOGANY SIDE TABLE
Late 19th century
A small square top with a curvaceous apron, an undertier with a small oak lined drawer above a decorated skirt, raised on long square section legs
Height: 72cm Length: 34cm Width: 34cm

 100-200

470
A VICTORIAN TWO TIER BURR WALNUT WHATNOT
19th century
Of serpentine shape with an arched fretwork rear gallery, turned and relief carved supports with finials, delicate arabesque inlay and stringing, raised on toupie feet
Height: 59cm Width: 77cm Depth: 36cm

 50-100

471
AN EDWARDIAN FOUR TIER WALNUT CORNER WHATNOT
Early 20th century
The tiers of graduating shape with boxwood and ebony inlay, having turned and spiral carved twist supports with finials
Height: 147cm

 100-200

472
A PAIR OF BRIGHTLY UPHOLSTERED GEORGIAN REVIVAL MAHOGANY CARVERS
The chairs with square backs and low arched crests and everted terminals, arcaded pierced neo-gothic splats with quatrefoil motifs, having curvaceous arms, drop in square seats and square legs, splayed to the rear, and 'H' form stretchers, with striped velvet upholstery in purple, magenta, green and white colours
Height: 94cm Width: 57cm Depth: 57cm

 300-500

473
AN EDWARDIAN FOLD OVER DEMI-LUNE GAMES TABLE
Early 20th century
In the elegant Georgian revival manner with rosewood cross banding and ebony stringing to the hinged top opening to a green baize interior, raised on tapering slender square section legs and petite brass casters
Height: 75cm Width: 76cm Depth: 38cm Diameter: 76cm

 100-200

474
A SMALL LOUIS XVI STYLE MAHOGANY OCCASIONAL TABLE
Early 20th century
The shaped rectangular table with a gilt bronze pierced gallery and ribbon trims with scroll details and other neoclassical motifs, raised on gently swollen fluted supports to an undertier, and short splayed legs
Height: 85cm Length: 41cm Width: 31cm

 100-200

475
A GEORGIAN REVIVAL MAHOGANY CHAIR
The chair having a square back with a pierced vasiform splat, the square seat with a drop in seat upholstered in cream and black toile, raised on square legs united by a box stretcher
Height: 98cm Width: 54cm Depth: 57cm

 100-200

476
A MAHOGANY GEORGIAN REVIVAL CHAIR
Late 19th century
The chair with an undulating crest with notched details, a scroll and knot splat, serpentine arms and bowed supports, with a square seat and square legs united by an 'H' form stretcher, upholstered in handworked floral tapestry
Height: 94cm Width: 71cm Depth: 56cm

 100-300

477
A GEORGE III OAK CHAIR
Second half 18th century
With a fine patina and of pegged construction, having a humped crest with ear form terminals, a simple wheat sheaf splat, serpentine arms and bowed supports to a squared seat, raised on square legs united by a box stretcher having a well worn front rail
Height: 92cm Width: 50cm Depth: 48cm

 100-300

478
A BLACK LACQUERED BUTLER'S TRAY TABLE AND STAND
20th century, made in Italy
With red and gold floral painted decoration and raised on a bamboo style stand with a cross stretcher
Height: 55cm Length: 77cm Width: 56cm

 50-100

479
A VICTORIAN BALLOON BACK CHAIR
Late 19th century
With a hoop style back with an inner groove and relief carved with a pierced and sinuous vegetal motif, with a red tapestry stuffover seat and raised on cabriole legs
Height: 88cm Width: 48cm Depth: 52cm

 50-80

480
A VICTORIAN INLAID WALNUT WHATNOT
Later 19th century
With a three quarter fretwork gallery, twin pierced brackets and turned supports to a lower section with a glass top above a single drawer, raised on mushroom shaped feet with porcelain casters
Height: 92cm Width: 55cm Depth: 41cm

 200-300

481
A PAIR OF EARLY VICTORIAN MAHOGANY BALLOON BACK CHAIRS
19th century
With dipped crests and mid rails with restrained relief carved vegetal motifs, the serpentine stuffover seats with pink floral and cream ribbon style upholstery, raised on turned legs with centurion skirt decoration and toupie feet
Height: 86cm Width: 43cm Depth: 52cm

 80-120

482
A VICTORIAN ROSEWOOD OCCASIONAL CHAIR
19th century
A waisted balloon back chair in the French manner with an undulating cresting rail with scroll and grooved decoration, a carved and shaped mid rail, the serpentine seat with pink velvet upholstery raised on cabriole legs, splayed to the rear
Height: 84cm Width: 46cm Depth: 50cm

 50-100

483
A VICTORIAN MAHOGANY BALLOON BACK CHAIR
19th century
In the French manner with a dipped crest, scroll details to the mid rail, a pink velvet stuffover seat and raised on cabriole legs, splayed to the rear
Height: 86cm Width: 49cm Depth: 52cm

 50-100

484
A PAIR OF ART DECO STYLE ROSEWOOD VENEER AND EBONISED OCCASIONAL TABLES
Both with eight radiating veneer panels to the top, a drum skirt and raised on four square section ebonised cabriole legs to an undertier and four splayed legs
Height: 72cm Diameter: 51cm

 100-200

485
A MARBLE TOPPED COMMODE IN THE LOUIS XVI MANNER
Mid 20th century
With a red veined mottled grey marble top above three drawers, the longer central draw with carved flute decoration, quarter veneer panelled cupboards below flanked by fluted pilasters, with gilt bronze wreath pull handles, festooned escutcheon and paterae motifs, raised on fluted toupie feet
Height: 85cm Width: 96cm Depth: 42cm

 1000-2000

486
A MAHOGANY ASTRAGAL GLAZED BOOKCASE
The bookcase of arched profile with a pair of eight pane shaped doors, three internal shelves, plain cupboards below, a curvaceous apron and raised on splayed bracket feet
Height: 191cm Width: 97cm Depth: 36cm

 500-1000

487
A VICTORIAN WALNUT TEAPOY IN THE FRENCH MANNER
Circa: 1860s
The round teapoy with a quarter veneer burr walnut hinged lid with a cabochon egg and dart border, the interior with two fitted canisters and two apertures, the tapering faceted body upon a wrythen stem and raised on a tripod base with splayed curvaceous carved legs with casters
Height: 76cm Diameter: 50cm

 300-400

488
A VICTORIAN MAHOGANY UPHOLSTERED LIBRARY CHAIR
19th century
The chair having a rectangular padded back with a rollover crest, padded arm rests to serpentine supports, a stuffover seat and raised on squashed bun and turned legs with porcelain casters, upholstered in gold ikat style fabric with muted colours
Height: 93cm Width: 61cm Depth: 79cm

 100-150

489
A REGENCY MAHOGANY TILT TOP PEDESTAL BREAKFAST TABLE
Circa: 1820
A square table with a turned support upon four splayed ribbed legs with lion's paw feet and casters
Height: 71cm Length: 122cm Width: 121cm

 400-800

490
A FINE SET OF CHIPPENDALE REVIVAL MAHOGANY CHAIRS
Late 19th century
Each with leafy carved decorations to curvaceous crests, with pierced, waisted and knot form splats, square drop in seats with purple velvet covers and raised on cabriole legs with profusely carved foliate knees and ball and claw feet
Height: 100cm Width: 55cm Depth: 58cm

 400-800

491
AN REFINED GEORGIAN OAK EXTENSION TABLE
Circa: 1815
With a fine patina and vigorous medullary grain figuration, the twin ends with four slender and elegant legs enabling use as single small tables, the single leaf with the original brass connectors
Height: 75cm Width: 113cm Total extended length: 169cm

 500-800

492
A LOUIS XIV STYLE BOULLE MAZARIN DESK
19th century, with numerals etched to the trim
A fine desk with decorative brass inlay in the Berainesque manner upon a scarlet and ebonised ground, with a brass trimmed rectangular top with canted edges, a breakfront frieze drawer arrangement, faux to the reverse, and raised on square section cabriole supports to a double 'X' form stretcher base
Height: 87cm Width: 142cm Depth: 71cm

 5000-8000

493
A QUEEN ANNE/EARLY GEORGIAN WALNUT CHAIR
Early 8th century
Of generous proportions with a scrolled undulating cresting rail with whorl ends, a gently lyre shaped back with a pierced vasiform splat, a spoon shaped drop in seat and carved cabriole legs, splayed with pad feet to the rear
Height: 94cm Width: 57cm Depth: 60cm

 200-400

494
A NAPOLEON III TORTOISESHELL AND BRASS BOULLE AND EBONISED CENTRE TABLE WITH ORMOLU DECORATION
Circa: 1870
Of serpentine oval profile with an undulating apron, frieze drawer and cabriole legs, profusely inlaid with intricate arabesques and cherubs, mascaron medallions in relief to the apron and cast female demi-figures to the hips, ormolu trims and sabots
Height: 77cm Length: 147cm Width: 90cm

 4000-8000

495
A MAHOGANY EXTENSION TABLE AND FOURTEEN CHAIRS
20th century, table with two leaves, chairs include two carvers
The double pedestal table with thumbnail and bullnose edging above a shallow skirt with a relief carved stiff leaf border; the pedestals with a trio of leaf carved splayed cabriole legs; the shield back Louis XVI style chairs having fluted legs with relief carved details and olive velvet upholstery
Height: 77cm Length: 228cm Extended: 334cm Width: 107cm Height: 98cm (carver)

 500-1000

496
AN ELEGANT FRENCH WALNUT, EBONY AND MARQUETRY LIBRARY CABINET
Later 19th century
The cabinet with a black marble top, six shallow drawers and a lower cupboard with internal shelving, with striking ebony and white metal banding and stringing, the quarter veneer cupboard and sides with bold tendril motifs, and raised on toupie feet
Height: 135cm Width: 62cm Depth: 34cm

 1500-2500

497
A LOUIS XVI STYLE FIVE PIECE GILTWOOD SALON SUITE
Early 20th century
A canapé with a bead and ribbon trimmed carved frame to a crested oval back, carved side supports to the gently bowed stuffover seat and seating rail with carved trims, raised on fluted legs; the twin carvers and foot stool conforming; upholstered in a striped yellow and floral ribbon jacquard
Height: 102cm Width: 131cm Depth: 74cm (sofa)

 500-1000

498
A SMALL CHERRYWOOD REGENCE STYLE COMMODE
Circa: 1900
The commode with rounded edges, having twin small drawers above two long drawers all with shaped fielded panels, and embellished with bronze foliate pull handles and decorations, raised on stile feet
Height: 80cm Width: 92cm Depth: 54cm

 600-900

499
AN EARLY VICTORIAN TILT TOP PEDESTAL TABLE
Circa: 1830s-40s
The circular table with a shallow undulating skirt, a finely ribbed turned baluster pedestal to a large circular base with three lion's paw feet

Height: 78cm Diameter: 120cm

 200-400

500
AN IMPRESSIVE FRENCH CLASSICAL BREAKFRONT WALNUT BOOKCASE
19th century
The bookcase with a large central glazed cabinet flanked by twin narrow cabinets each with five shelves, frieze drawers below and four cupboards, two with diamond point detail, two with fan decoration, carved and fluted columns to the upper and lower sections, raised on a plinth base
Height: 280cm Width: 202cm Depth: 67cm

 5000-8000

501
A FINE PAIR OF OAK LOUIS XV STYLE CARVER CHAIRS
Early 20th century
The chairs with shaped channel grooved frames and floral relief carved details, scrolling splats to conforming arms with padded tops, serpentine seats with curvaceous relief carved rails and cabriole legs; upholstered in a taupe and cream check fabric
Height: 93cm Width: 65cm Depth: 61cm

 500-1000

502
A FINE VICTORIAN WALNUT TWIN PEDESTAL DESK
19th century
With a brown leather tooled writing surface with decoration in the neo-gothic manner with three frieze drawers with looped strapping and quatrefoil motifs in low relief, the side drawers with similar decoration flanked by fluted pillars with acanthus leaf finials, upon a stepped base and squashed toupie feet
Height: 74cm Width: 145cm Depth: 75cm

 1500-3000

503
A SET OF FIVE TASMANIAN CEDAR SPADE BACK DINING CHAIRS
Circa: 1830-35
The chairs of unusual profile with concave front seating rails, and raised on elegant knopped and ringed fluted baluster legs, the drop in seats upholstered in quality plum pink velvet; similar illustrated in Craig, Fahy & Robertson's 'Early Colonial Furniture in New South Wales and Van Diemans Land', p. 80
Height: 88cm Width: 47cm Depth: 52cm

 800-1500